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Topic - Colorado Department Of Public Health And Environment
Smoking is declining in Colorado, but continues to be linked to thousands of preventable deaths.
State health officials say flu-related hospitalizations peaked in early January but new cases are still being reported.
The environmental disaster forecast by anti-fracking activists after last month's epic Colorado flooding didn't quite materialize.