Each June, the National Safety Council celebrates a month of safety awareness and preparedness in an effort to educate and inform the public about the leading causes of preventable injuries and death in America. This year’s National Safety Month is themed “Safety Starts with Me,” and marks the 100th year since the founding of the NSC. Since 1913, the NSC has been working to build a safety Continue Reading
Colorado voters in 2000 passed an amendment to the state's constitution allowing for the lawful use of medical marijuana under certain conditions. In addition to Colorado, many other states have passed such measures. These laws stand in direct contrast to federal marijuana laws. Under the U.S. Controlled Substances Act, it is illegal for a doctor to prescribe marijuana to a patient... they can Continue Reading
Ronald Flanagan, a Denver resident and Vietnam veteran, has been struggling with bone marrow cancer for over a couple of years now. Doctors have determined he needs a third stem cell transplant surgery to correct the problem. But while waiting for a bone biopsy at a Denver hospital, Flanagan’s wife Frances received unsettling news from the couple’s insurance company, Ceridian Cobra Continue Reading
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