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Wyoming Vehicles And Large Animals Likely To Collide

deer-vs-carWyoming had the 8th most collisions between vehicles and deer, elk or moose last year according to a report released by State Farm Insurance. Numbers show that 51% of insurance claims filed with the company last autumn involved large animal collisions, nationally that number Continue reading

Health Effects Of Fracking Examined

frackingA three-year study on fracking well emissions could help researchers figure out if there are any harmful health effects on humans. The study measured methane, a greenhouse gas, and ozone- Continue reading

Addiction To Opioids May Increase Pain

opioid-addiction-graphic-v71Opioid addiction is on the rise across Northwest Colorado. A new study shows that addiction to prescription pain killers may actually make you feel worse. New research from C-U shows opioid use in rat’s actually increased their chronic pain. According to Peter Grace, who helped conduct the study, pain Continue reading

Study To Look At PTSD And Pot

ptsd-symptomsThe federal government has signed off on a new Colorado-funded study that will investigate if military veterans suffering from PTSD can benefit from marijuana. This is the first time the Drug Enforcement Administration has given approval to a marijuana study on PTSD, Continue reading

Study To Find Pots Effects On The Unborn

marijuana-leaf-300Researchers at the University of Colorado are planning to study the effects marijuana use has on pregnant women. The Denver Post reported that Doctor Torri Metz, a high-risk obstetrician, will develop a questionnaire for new mothers about their use of marijuana. She says half of the Continue reading

Tourists Visiting CO Hospitals More Due To Marijuana Issues

MARIJUANA-300A new study says more tourists are headed to emergency rooms for marijuana-related issues than in previous years. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found trips to the ER doubled between 2013 and Continue reading

Skiing Contributes 5 Billion To US Econonomy

skiing-on-moneyA new study says skiiers contribute nearly $5 billion to the economy. The study from Colorado Ski Country US and Vail Resorts shows skiing and snowboarding account for roughly 46,000 full-time jobs across the state. Much of the money Continue reading

Lawmakers Vote to Study Marijuana Issues

MARIJUANA-300Lawmakers held off on a directive to implement new restrictions on marijuana edibles in Colorado, but will study the issue to consider legislation next year.  Legislators are also advancing a measure to limit pot in its concentrated form.  A Senate committee unanimously approved a bill yesterday Continue reading