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  • Police: Man punches service dog, pregnant and deaf woman on flight from Colorado Springs

    Police: Man punches service dog, pregnant and deaf woman on flight from Colorado Springs

    Sunday, May 20 2018 7:13 PM EDT2018-05-20 23:13:57 GMT

    A flight from Colorado Springs to Orlando turned violent last Thursday, when police say a pregnant and deaf woman was punched in the stomach by a man who complained about her service animal. To make matters worse, police said he also punched the woman's dog in the face, causing it to yelp. The chaotic scene was outlined in an Orlando Police report, which said the suspect in the case complained about the woman's Great Dane service dog, saying his wife was allergic and it too...

    A flight from Colorado Springs to Orlando turned violent last Thursday, when police say a pregnant and deaf woman was punched in the stomach by a man who complained about her service animal. To make matters worse, police said he also punched the woman's dog in the face, causing it to yelp. The chaotic scene was outlined in an Orlando Police report, which said the suspect in the case complained about the woman's Great Dane service dog, saying his wife was allergic and it too...

  • Two killed in head-on crash in Douglas County

    Two killed in head-on crash in Douglas County

    Sunday, May 20 2018 9:19 PM EDT2018-05-21 01:19:10 GMT

    Two people were killed and three others suffered serious injuries in a head-on crash on Highway 83 in Douglas County Sunday afternoon.

    Two people were killed and three others suffered serious injuries in a head-on crash on Highway 83 in Douglas County Sunday afternoon.

  • Suspect shot, officers injured in Cripple Creek

    Suspect shot, officers injured in Cripple Creek

    Monday, May 21 2018 11:54 AM EDT2018-05-21 15:54:57 GMT

    Just after 8 p.m. Sunday night, Teller County deputies and Cripple Creek Police officers responded to a suspicious person call in the 1200 block of Highway 67 in Teller County. 

    Just after 8 p.m. Sunday night, Teller County deputies and Cripple Creek Police officers responded to a suspicious person call in the 1200 block of Highway 67 in Teller County. 

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  • Your Healthy Family: New blood test is better predictor of prostate cancer risk

    Your Healthy Family: New blood test is better predictor of prostate cancer risk

    Monday, May 21 2018 10:06 AM EDT2018-05-21 14:06:58 GMT
    The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.
    The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.

    Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, and is the second leading cause of cancer death of men in the U.S. Now, a new study is showing that a screening tool, called the IsoPSA test, can more accurately predict a man’s overall risk for developing high-grade prostate cancer. 

    Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, and is the second leading cause of cancer death of men in the U.S. Now, a new study is showing that a screening tool, called the IsoPSA test, can more accurately predict a man’s overall risk for developing high-grade prostate cancer. 

  • Your Healthy Family: Can running style impact injury risk?

    Your Healthy Family: Can running style impact injury risk?

    Friday, May 18 2018 8:26 AM EDT2018-05-18 12:26:58 GMT
    Running softer involves making changes to what part of the foot strikes the ground first, and landing softer in the knee.Running softer involves making changes to what part of the foot strikes the ground first, and landing softer in the knee.

    Running is a great way to maintain fitness, but many worry about what years of pounding the pavement will do to their body. Now, research is showing that running ‘softer’ can help potentially limit a runner’s injuries. The study looked at 320 novice runners and measured their landing force at two paces – a slower 12-minute-per-mile pace and a quicker 8-minute-per-mile pace. 

    Running is a great way to maintain fitness, but many worry about what years of pounding the pavement will do to their body. Now, research is showing that running ‘softer’ can help potentially limit a runner’s injuries. The study looked at 320 novice runners and measured their landing force at two paces – a slower 12-minute-per-mile pace and a quicker 8-minute-per-mile pace. 

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