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Eating disorders are the deadliest mental illness. But due to media and medical misconceptions, large swaths of sufferers go undiagnosed.
Black midwives and doulas in Colorado continue the legacy of Dr. Justine Ford, the state's first Black community midwife in the early 1900s.
In January, Annie Lee became the first woman and first woman of color to lead Colorado Access, the state's largest Medicaid contractor.
Youth-led The Brazen Project seeks to quash stigma and establish pro-abortion student groups on college campuses across the state.
As medical care prices surge, two college students from Colorado have created PriceMedic, a database that allows patients to compare costs.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and Colorado Access provide patients comprehensive healthcare
Last fall, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and Colorado Access rolled out a program to provide patients with mental health checks.
Three Colorado Democrats announced they'll offer the Reproductive Health Equity Act this legislative session, with support from COLOR and Cobalt.
Elise Lopez, a jewelry maker from Denver, describes what it's like to live with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, a disease the writer also has.
Lorenne Gavish from Keep Abortion Safe says the anti-abortion law passed in Texas this summer has put a huge strain on Colorado's resources.
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