Medical students spent a day at three shelters clipping toenails, checking for bunions and other foot care issues that often plague the homeless.
Working out but not losing weight? It's a common complaint, but there might be a reason for it.
How does the legalization of marijuana affect you and your health? Attend a symposium with experts from CU and elsewhere.
Caregivers of cancer patients can learn stress reduction, problem solving and other skills at classes offered by CU Cancer Center.
Support classes for cancer survivors offered by University of Colorado Hospital and CU Cancer Center can help improve quality of life.
People were lined up at Anschutz Health and Wellness Center to appear on ABC's "Extreme Weight Loss."
Leaders from the CU School of Medicine on Wednesday celebrated the opening of its branch in Colorado Springs at a ceremony in the Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences at CU Colorado Springs.
The CU Board of Regents has agreed to sell the former 26 acrew CU medical campus at Ninth and Colorado to developers who plan to build a "town center."
Pregnancy and food cravings go hand in hand, but a CU physician recommends these snacks to keep mom and baby healthy.
Why does exercise help some but not all people lose weight? That's what CU researchers plan to find out.
Flu numbers are up at UCH, but a new molecular test is helping staff identify patients' illnesses more accurately.
Dean Krugman talks to NPR about his 24 years leading the School of Medicine.
Find out how Valentine treats can be sweet without destroying your health.
Be careful! The number of slips and sprains rises as winter weather warms and people begin emerging from their homes, CU physicians say.
Cholesterol numbers are important, but doctors now know that preventing cardiac disease involves many factors.