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  • Woman falls victim to scammer posing as Wells Fargo employee

    Woman falls victim to scammer posing as Wells Fargo employee

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 10:29 PM EDT2018-07-18 02:29:52 GMT

    A Colorado Springs woman says she feels "foolish" after getting scammed by a caller purporting to be a Wells Fargo customer service representative.  

    A Colorado Springs woman says she feels "foolish" after getting scammed by a caller purporting to be a Wells Fargo customer service representative.  

  • Husband charged with first degree murder for wife's death in Colorado Springs

    Husband charged with first degree murder for wife's death in Colorado Springs

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 8:15 PM EDT2018-07-18 00:15:43 GMT
    Mark Christopher PetersMark Christopher Peters

    Court documents about Friday night's murder of a woman inside a home on Galleria Terrace detail a months-long struggle by the victim to get away from her husband who was accused of several threatening acts before his wife's death.

    Court documents about Friday night's murder of a woman inside a home on Galleria Terrace detail a months-long struggle by the victim to get away from her husband who was accused of several threatening acts before his wife's death.

  • Act of kindness saves special photo shoot

    Act of kindness saves special photo shoot

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 12:52 AM EDT2018-07-18 04:52:27 GMT
    Senior photoshootSenior photoshoot
    Senior photoshootSenior photoshoot

    A small act of kindness at a Fountain Starbucks saved a Falcon High School student's chance to take her senior pictures Sunday.

    A small act of kindness at a Fountain Starbucks saved a Falcon High School student's chance to take her senior pictures Sunday.

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  • Your Healthy Family: Teens encouraged to diet more likely to be obese adults

    Your Healthy Family: Teens encouraged to diet more likely to be obese adults

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 11:00 AM EDT2018-07-17 15:00:38 GMT
    Dr. Rosenbaum also says when it comes to heart disease exercise is crucial.Dr. Rosenbaum also says when it comes to heart disease exercise is crucial.
    according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults.according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults.

    For parents who have teens who are struggling with their weight, getting them involved in a diet may seem like a good place to start. However, according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults. Susan Albers, PsyD, of Cleveland Clinic did not take part in the study, but said the research showed that developing a ‘diet’ mindset during teen years can have lasting effects. 

    For parents who have teens who are struggling with their weight, getting them involved in a diet may seem like a good place to start. However, according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults. Susan Albers, PsyD, of Cleveland Clinic did not take part in the study, but said the research showed that developing a ‘diet’ mindset during teen years can have lasting effects. 

  • Your Healthy Family: The difference a mobile stroke unit can make

    Your Healthy Family: The difference a mobile stroke unit can make

    Monday, July 16 2018 3:20 PM EDT2018-07-16 19:20:27 GMT
    Besides having a C-A-T scanner on board the MSTU also carries medication to treat certain kinds of strokes.Besides having a C-A-T scanner on board the MSTU also carries medication to treat certain kinds of strokes.

    Margie Churchill survived a stroke in August of 2017 in Colorado Springs for many reasons.  The first and foremost is that her husband Norm quickly recognized the signs of a stroke and called 911.  Another reason Margie survived is because when Norm called 911, The UCHealth Mobile Stroke Unit (MSTU) just happened to be close by. 

    Margie Churchill survived a stroke in August of 2017 in Colorado Springs for many reasons.  The first and foremost is that her husband Norm quickly recognized the signs of a stroke and called 911.  Another reason Margie survived is because when Norm called 911, The UCHealth Mobile Stroke Unit (MSTU) just happened to be close by. 

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