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Diabetics get help, education from Kaiser Permanente RN
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:17:04 AM

RN Brenda Ladtkow is part of the Westminster Kaiser Permanente diabetes team, serving about 30,000 members.

Boulder Community Foothills Hospital set to open
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:33:18 AM

Boulder Community Foothills Hospital is scheduled to open to the public Sept. 16.

Hikers ready to conquer Pikes Peak, raise funds
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:47:07 AM

Scores of medical professionals will be among the hikers participating in the 2003 Pikes Peak Challenge, a nationally known fundraiser for the Brain Injury Association of Colorado, Sept. 13.

Mountain town family clinic keeps nurses on toes
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:44:14 AM

Estes Park Medical Center nurse Susie Miller says it is important to keep a positive attitude because each day brings in new experiences.

PACE Race raises money for prostate cancer awareness
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:31:04 AM

Bill Sperry of Denver holds his arms up in victory as he crosses the finish line of the PACE Race in Washington Park Aug. 31. Sperry wore a "survivor" sign on his back as a reminder of his recent fight with prostate cancer. Sperry was diagnosed in July 2002.

Benefits key in recruiting war
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:32:27 AM

Shortages in key healthcare professional areas are bringing out added incentives to workers.

Researchers at UCHSC make advances on type 1 diabetes
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:43:19 AM

Working to find a cure for childhood or type-1, autoimmune diabetes may have come a step closer recently at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center’s Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes.

West Nile not among top back-to-school ailments
Posted: 9/8/2003 at 11:46:25 AM

Parents and students returning to Colorado schools this fall don’t need to be overly concerned about West Nile virus, but there are ways to minimize the risk of the illness -- and others -- as classes get underway, according to Aurora school nurse Tammy Wollbrinck.

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