The arrival of electronic cigarettes has raised a red flag for health officials and others who worry the activity of “vaping” nicotine will hook young people into a new addiction that could last a lifetime. This month, tobacco giant R.J. Reynolds began selling its new e-cigarettes in Colorado
Using her avatar, Alice Krueger moves around a spacious living room filled with her friends. A man and woman relax on a gray couch, chatting. Others mingle about. These animated friends – all avatars – are talking about their their real lives, with disabilities. And about their online lives, where they can literally fly if they like
People who sit for hours at a stretch are far more likely to develop diabetes, cardiovascular disease and breast and colon cancer. Colorado workers – and their bosses – are embracing a new concept: Stand up and work.
The Colorado State Patrol reduced enforcement of highway safety in 2011 and 2012. During those years, traffic-related deaths on state highways spiked, reversing a dramatic 9-year decline in highway deaths. In January, the 42-year old chief of the state patrol was paid $90,000 to retire
Nineteen-year-old Vesha Gilbert’s toothache had become so unbearable, she ended up where no one wants to be: Sitting in a dentist’s chair, cringing at the thought of having her decayed back molar pulled. “I’m scared, but I’m glad I’m here,” [&hellip