Wednesday, February 21, 2018
General Interest

General Interest

General interest articles are those which apply to the general population and gender.

Cancer survivors, health officials teaming up to prevent lung cancer by promoting radon testing January is Radon Action Month and a good time to test...

March 11, 2016 New Report Says Science Can Estimate Influence of Climate Change on Some Types of Extreme Events WASHINGTON -- It is now possible...

How to Save on Mobile Devices this Holiday Season   (StatePoint) Holiday spending is expected to rise this year over last, according to the National Retail...

On Fostering the Senior Dog By Fran Lynghaug She was 14 when we first saw her. She had just come from the vet for a checkup...

New Report Recommends Research Agenda for Effective Science Communication   WASHINGTON – A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine highlights the...

Why Experts Say High-Speed Internet Access Matters to Families and Businesses Nationwide (StatePoint) In the same way the telephone brought new opportunities for business development...

Colon Cancer Awareness Month: What to Know about Getting Tested (StatePoint) March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and the perfect time to think about colon...

Beginners learn to paddle a river, hook a lunker and light a campfire at state parks and trails programs   The 2017 I Can! programs start...

Pet and Livestock Owners Cautioned About Rabid Skunks BROOMFIELD, Colo. –So far this year, 34 rabid skunks have been confirmed in nine Colorado counties. The...

(StatePoint) New Year’s Eve means gathering with close friends and family, making resolutions for next year, and of course, celebrating with bubbly! However, when it...

Federal Stop Sale Issued for “Guardian” Pesticide Product removed from CDA’s list of pesticides that can be legally used on marijuana BROOMFIELD, Colo. –On February 16,...

Ophthalmologists Urge Eye Protection For Recreational And Professional Sports American Academy of Ophthalmology reminds parents, coaches, and athletes that one simple step can prevent most...

(StatePoint) Love to entertain but maybe not so much to cook? Like to have a houseful of guests but not a sinkful of pots...

Substantial Gap Exists Between Demand for Organ Transplants in U.S. and Number of Transplants Performed; New Report Offers Ethical, Regulatory, and Policy Framework for...

Protect and Treat Your Family’s Skin from Bites and Itch this Season (StatePoint) Warm days mean picnics, ballgames and outdoor adventure. Unfortunately, all that sun...

Protect Your Money: There’s an App for That (StatePoint) Since the credit card made its debut as an alternative to cash over 50 years ago,...

Coffee Can Be Good or Bad for Your Health: What to Know Now (StatePoint) A majority of Americans drink coffee daily, with an average of...

Ring in the New Year With Soup & Food Safety BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Start the New Year off right with these great food safety tips. Clean:...