Updated: 10:34 AM After our story about the prevalence of Celiac Disease, we heard from many of you. You told us it was a challenge to find good, affordable gluten-free food when you were grocery-shopping or going out to eat. But 11 News is on your side with a few options:
Updated: 10:14 AM If you're feeling rundown, getting bad headaches... it can be easy to explain away as stress. But it could also be something more serious. There’s a disease many could be suffering from without even knowing it. Read on for more about Celiac Disease:
Updated: 2:49 PM That driver just cut you off, there’s traffic and you’re in a hurry, you picked the express checkout lane at the grocery store and the person in front of you wants to write a check. Most of us have an example of something that sets us off, but experts say even small stress can be bad for your heart.
Updated: 5:31 PM There's so much information out there, when it comes to preventing heart disease. But 11 News is on your side with simple ways to improve your heart health. Here are the 5 things you can do right now.
Updated: 4:51 PM Colorado Springs' voters will not decide the future of Memorial Health System in April after all. The Mayor's Task Force has decided to postpone the ballot question until next November.
Posted: 10:33 AM The first hospitalized flu case for the current flu season in Pueblo has been confirmed, with two other hospitalized cases likely. Pueblo health officials are urging residents to be proactive about warding off the flu.
Posted: 7:54 AM It’s one of the most common pledges at the start of a new year: eat healthier and lose weight. But you don’t have to spend the money on a gym membership or a personal trainer in order to achieve this goal. There are ways to lose weight while saving money.
Updated: 6:22 AM Those health experts are now taking a hard look at how to prevent the spread of that potentially deadly infection. The bacterial infection is known as "MRSA.” It has grown resistant to some antibiotics and stronger strains of it are turning up in more public places.