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How Do You Manage Autism and Type 1 Diabetes?

news outletHealthline
Publish DateApril 28, 2021

When Kristen Smith’s then 2-year-old daughter was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in March 2018, as heartbroken as she felt, Smith was not overwhelmed or afraid. That’s because she already had a son diagnosed with ASD a few years prior.

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Regulation Change Could Help Addiction Treatment In The West

news outletNPR
Publish DateApril 28, 2021

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is easing restrictions on one of the most effective treatments for opioid addiction. That medication is buprenorphine, and the change makes it so healthcare professionals don’t have to get extra training to offer the medication to as many as 30 patients with opioid addiction.

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303 Magazine

These Aurora Doctors Are Fighting Racial Inequities in Vaccine Distribution

news outlet303 Magazine
Publish DateApril 28, 2021

As members of BIPOC communities still face barriers to getting the COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado, pop-up clinics and other efforts have sought to promote equality in the vaccine distribution process. One ongoing clinic in Aurora has been particularly effective in reaching these communities — having provided around 2,000 shots in two months. Notably, this project isn’t run by the government or a medical facility. It’s managed completely by a local couple and their friends.

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The Denver Post

Colorado’s major public universities will require COVID-19 vaccines for students, faculty and staff

news outletThe Denver Post
Publish DateApril 28, 2021

Colorado’s major public universities will require their students, faculty and staff receive COVID-19 vaccinations before beginning the fall semester.

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