A CU physician says she's treated four people for burns from exploding e-cigarettes in the last two months.
You can buy a kit designed to boost fertility, but a CU expert says you can cheaply put one together yourself.
A Zika virus outbreak in the United States would likely be short-lived, a CU neurologist says.
A CU expert says parents should start talking to children about marijuana early because exposure starts at a very young age.
No. 2: HPV infections dropped by half after the vaccine was introduced in 2006.
CU doctors at a new European-style health clinic in Boulder meld high performance athletic training and rehabilitation.
“Not since the trenches of World War I have germs been efficiently shared as in today’s child care centers,” says CU's vice chairman of pediatrics.
CU doctors visited Nepal to treat patients and train local health professionals.
An in-office procedure to heal tendon damage helps athletes regain their mobility.
How much should you exercise to burn fat or to build endurance? A personalized exercise prescription clears up the confusion.
Don't let the cold weather catch you unprotected - a frostbite victim says he could face amputation after being outside too long.
Sarah Richter, whose art is on display on campus, says a multiple sclerosis diagnosis sparked creativity.
Myth-busting: Does sugar cause diabetes? Does microwaving food destroy nutrients?
An implant treatment to keep the airway open is the newest weapon against sleep apnea.
CU Emergency Department Chief Richard Zane, MD, to the Harvard Business Review: How to fix a broken ER.