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  • Your Healthy Family: Recovering from a traumatic brain injury

    Your Healthy Family: Recovering from a traumatic brain injury

    Monday, December 11 2017 11:43 PM EST2017-12-12 04:43:57 GMT

    In 2010, Shawdee was hit by a car while crossing the street. Her injuries were severe, including a traumatic brain injury. Her challenges weren't just limited to learning how to walk and talk again. She also had to overcome other issues with daily life.

    In 2010, Shawdee was hit by a car while crossing the street. Her injuries were severe, including a traumatic brain injury. Her challenges weren't just limited to learning how to walk and talk again. She also had to overcome other issues with daily life.

  • Your Healthy Family: Kids benefit when parents allowed in treatment rooms

    Your Healthy Family: Kids benefit when parents allowed in treatment rooms

    Monday, December 11 2017 10:07 AM EST2017-12-11 15:07:03 GMT
    Traditionally, parents are confined to a waiting area while their child is treated for a traumaTraditionally, parents are confined to a waiting area while their child is treated for a trauma

    A new national survey by Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children found that 90 percent of Americans think parents should be able to stay with their child during treatment of a life-threatening injury or condition. 

    A new national survey by Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children found that 90 percent of Americans think parents should be able to stay with their child during treatment of a life-threatening injury or condition. 

  • Your Healthy Family: Debunking common winter medical myths

    Your Healthy Family: Debunking common winter medical myths

    Friday, December 8 2017 1:27 AM EST2017-12-08 06:27:21 GMT

    As we continue to deal with our current cold snap in southern Colorado, we're talking about a couple of common medical myths with Dr. Ian Tullberg urgent care medical director with UCHealth Memorial.

    As we continue to deal with our current cold snap in southern Colorado, we're talking about a couple of common medical myths with Dr. Ian Tullberg urgent care medical director with UCHealth Memorial.

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  • Letter issued by Pueblo Animal Services called into question

    Letter issued by Pueblo Animal Services called into question

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 1:15 AM EST2017-12-12 06:15:56 GMT

    The first part of the letter says the proposed Pueblo Animal Protection Act would have a negative effect on the animals and put people's safety at risk. 

    The second is a drafted letter to sign and forward to city council members.

    The first part of the letter says the proposed Pueblo Animal Protection Act would have a negative effect on the animals and put people's safety at risk. 

    The second is a drafted letter to sign and forward to city council members.

  • Vandals disrupt Christmas cheer along Candy Cane Lane

    Vandals disrupt Christmas cheer along Candy Cane Lane

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 12:45 AM EST2017-12-12 05:45:00 GMT
    Vandals target Candy Cane Lane in Canon City, knocking over and damaging multiple human-sized candy canes. (KOAA)Vandals target Candy Cane Lane in Canon City, knocking over and damaging multiple human-sized candy canes. (KOAA)

    A long-standing Christmas display has been targeted by vandals.  Grinches set their eyes on human-sized candy canes lining Woodlawn Avenue in Canon City late last week. Several were thrown to the ground leaving them dented, chipped and some even went missing. While most have been put back up, many worry, these Grinches will strike again. 

    A long-standing Christmas display has been targeted by vandals.  Grinches set their eyes on human-sized candy canes lining Woodlawn Avenue in Canon City late last week. Several were thrown to the ground leaving them dented, chipped and some even went missing. While most have been put back up, many worry, these Grinches will strike again. 

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