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Running: Taking it all in stride
“Now we want to see if people with more quality-of-life goals are also going to keep the behavior over time,” says Courtney Stevens, a doctoral student in the clinical psychology program at the University of Colorado who is leading a study that addresses this question.
Denver Post10/21/2014
Speakers Emphasize Need to Build Bridges Between Primary Care, Mental Health
"When you take mental health out of primary care, you get poor outcomes and you pay more for it," said Benjamin Miller, Psy.D., director of the Eugene S. Farley Jr. Health Policy Center, an initiative of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.
Injury to nervous system doesn't mean end of an NFL career
Dr. Vikas Patel, the chief of orthopedic spine surgery at University of Colorado Hospital in Denver, said many of his patients have found inspiration in Manning's recover.
USA Today10/16/2014
Roads built for automobiles, not everyone
The roads around town are biased... toward cars. That's according to a new University of Colorado Denver study by Wesley Marshall.
CU gala raises money for scholarships for combat veterans
The Wildlife Experience and the University of Colorado raised more than $170,000 to fund scholarships for combat veterans attending CU Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Center during Friday’s annual gala at The Wildlife Experience in Parker.
Historic sites in Conifer make it on national, state registers
Museum studies students from the University of Colorado Denver helped with the application process. The registered status will draw tourists who seek out such landmarks, Morris said, and helps with applications for grant funding for building rehabilitation.
Denver Post10/13/2014
Why Billboard rates CU Denver's music-business program among nation's best
"It's an affirmation that we have high-quality programs," said Dean Laurence "Larry" Kaptain. "CU Denver is very entrepreneurial and very geared towards enterprise." CU Denver joins the ranks of top-notch music schools like the University of Miami (Miami), Syracuse University (Syracuse, New York) and Berklee (Boston) in the ranking.
Denver Business Journal10/13/2014
Ebola crisis: Colorado health care professionals train to protect themselves
The Chief of Infectious Diseases at University of Colorado Hospital says it’s clear where training of staff needs to focus. “In both the African hospitals, here and in Spain it turns out that the weakest link in the chain appears to be the taking off of the protective clothing so we are looking at that very hard now,” says Dr.  Eric Poeschla.
Fox 31 KDVR.com10/13/2014
Colorado Strong: Breast cancer survivor says awareness saved her life
But something still felt off. With a history of breast cancer in her family, Rudolph decided to see another doctor several months later.  She talked to someone she knew from her kids' soccer practices, Dr. Laura Pomerenke, a breast surgeon with Memorial Hospital University of Colorado Health.
Precautions in nursing working with Ebola patients
CU College of Nursing Assistant Professor Dr. Laura Rosenthal is featured in a segment around news that a nurse in Texas had been diagnosed with Ebola.
‘Extreme Weight Loss’ show to go, now a bootcamp at Aurora’s CU Anschutz campus
About 33 people signed up for the first availability of Destination Boot Camp, a weeklong weight-loss vacation at CU designed around the center’s participation in ABC’s “Extreme Weight Loss” program.
Aurora Sentinal10/11/2014
What We Know About Sexual Assault in College — And What We Don’t
Callie Rennison, co-director of the Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Initiative at the University of Colorado, Denver’s School of Public Affairs, investigated the location of sexual assault on college-age Americans by aggregating results from the National Crime Victimization Survey.
Five Thirty Eight10/8/2014
How Will Fracking Affect Your Homeowners Insurance?
“There is a lot of variation in the law from state-to-state, in terms of how vigorously regulators seek to prevent damage in the first place, whether homeowners have administrative remedies and what burden of proof a homeowner must carry in court if initiating a damages action,” said Lloyd Burton, a professor at the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs.
Open meetings initiative could have unintended side benefit to unions
One outside observer, Kelly Hupfeld of the University of Colorado Denver, sees some possible advantage for unions. “In collective bargaining negotiations, like any other negotiations, you use the time in private with your team to discuss what your priorities are and what you are and are not willing to compromise on..."
Chalkbeat Colorado10/7/2014
Welcome to the High-Flying, High-Risk World of Texas Cheerleading
Dawn Comstock researches high school sports injuries at the Colorado School of Public Health. She specifically tracks cheerleading injuries.
Fossil Free CU Organizes Call In Day to Urge President Benson to Divest from Fossil Fuels
Today at the University of Colorado Denver campus, students, alumni, and community members called into President Bruce Benson’s office to urge him to divest from fossil fuels.
The Cherry Creek News10/2/2014
Aurora’s bloc party could swing CD6 election
Even though Asians make up only six percent of the 6th Congressional District’s population, and likely only three percent of its electorate, Tony Robinson said their voting bloc matters.
Aurora Sentinal10/2/2014
Activists Promoting Consent At Colleges Try A 'Classic Porn' Look
Women's advocacy group UltraViolet launched a new campaign Thursday to promote consent before sex among college students and to keep pressure on college rankings publisher Princeton Review to survey students about sexual assault.
Huffington Post10/2/2014
Aurora encourages expansion of community gardens throughout the city
Depending on the site size and design complexity of each garden, the cost of building can range anywhere from $500 to $50,000.
Denver Post10/2/2014
Colo. hospitals say they're prepared for Ebola
It can happen anywhere people travel. People travel everywhere," Dr. Michelle Barron said. "It could be a Denver story, just as it has been an Atlanta and Houston story."