Obesity is easier to prevent than cure, and new guidelines can guide families toward healthy lifestyles.
Plague is rare, often misdiagnosed and more likely to be spread by fleas on wildlife than by those on household pets, a CU doctor says.
A risky surgery at the Colorado Fetal Care Center proved helpful for a baby born with spina bifida.
Peter Buttrick, MD, professor of medicine and head of the Division of Cardiology, has been named senior associate dean of academic affairs for the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Lightning strikes are rare, so the staff of UCH prepares for these unpredictable cases through realistics training exercises.
There are six types of drowning - only one involves splashing and shouting. Learn how to recognize the other five.
Many Hispanic immigrants avoid drinking Denver's fluoridated tap water, leading to tooth decay especially among children.
A lot of vegetarian foods come packed with protein. A CU nutritionist says you just have to know where to look.
About 40 percent of people fear needles, says a CU diabetes educator, but there are four new workarounds that can help.
Tell your doctor if you're concerned about the price of prescriptions or procedures to possibly lower costs.
Join Mini Med School's summer session and learn what your doctor and 20,000 other Coloradans who have taken this course know!
Two CU physicians lay out what steps should you take to protect your children from online predators and bullying.
Moving slowly or feeling fidgity? These are some of the lesser known signs of depression, a CU researcher says.
UCH new mobile stroke unit will help patients get faster treatment so they can recover more fully.
Girls with autism often go undiagnosed longer because their symptoms can vary widely from those of boys.