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Top 8 stories of fall 2018

Healthy human T cell8. New discovery on T cell behavior has major implications for cancer immunotherapy


Oil well in Colorado7. Researchers find possible connection between cardiovascular disease indicators and living near oil and gas wells


Dental team and Courtney Caudill6. Teeth restoration delivers beautiful smile, and confidence, for teen girl


Compositive Primary courtyard5. Workplace-based Compositive Primary school to open in fall 2019


Virtual human4. Virtual human — a living cadaver — pushes boundaries of anatomical science


Shavvi Dwa at University Hospital3. After a ‘Lazarus’-like response to treatments, Shavvi is back to shredding guitar, loving life


Anschutz Medical Campus2. $120 million gift from The Anschutz Foundation fuels research and innovation


Therapeutic horseback riding1. Children with autism spectrum have immediate and long-term benefits from therapeutic horseback riding, researchers show

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How To Stop Severe Bleeding

We live in a world where terrorism and the violent actions of unstable individuals are very real and becoming increasingly more frequent and victims can quickly die from uncontrolled bleeding, within five to ten minutes. Knowing the basics of first aid and how to control severe bleeding are an important skill for everyone to know. Similar to how the general public learns and performs CPR, this video will empower you to make a difference in a life-threatening emergency by teaching the basic techniques of bleeding control. In this video, Justin Harper, Assistant Chief for Training and Education with the Denver Health Paramedic Division, gives you the information you need to save your own life or those around you if the worst happens.

Learn more about taking a Stop The Bleed course at BleedingControl.org.

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