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Changing demographics, including an aging rural population, put more pressure on health care systems.
Agency contractors were excavating debris at the old mining site when the river flooded with wastewater.
Interventions intended to reduce over-prescription of pain medicine may unintentionally be feeding a rise in heroin use in southwest Colorado.
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