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Colorado Confirms 12 Suspected Hepatitis A Cases Associated with Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend Frozen Berries purchased from Costco. Denver Public Health, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and federal agencies are investigating the outbreak of Hepatitis A.
Everyone is advised to throw these berries in the trash if you have them. Do not eat the berries. If you have eaten the berries in the last 14 days, Denver Public Health encourages you to see your doctor or health department for a vaccine. If you do not have a doctor, vaccines are available through our Immunization Clinic. Learn more about Hepatitis A (Spanish).
Pertussis (Whooping Cough) often occurs in children as a persistent cough for as long as three weeks with no fever. A person with pertussis may cough so hard that it causes gagging or vomiting and a "whooping" sound as the person gasps for air after a coughing fit.
Download a Pertussis Information Sheet or click the icon to learn what whooping cough sounds like.
These three doctors who work in the Denver Health OBGYN department share their experience of having their own babies delivered at Denver Health.