Poor women in Latin America are more likely to be obese because they eat less protein but consume more calories, researchers say.
Extremely obese teens can lose weight and keep it off with bypass surgery, but there can be side effects, a CU researcher says.
Devotees of drinking highly concentrated hydrogen peroxide are risking injury or death, a CU researcher says.
Failing to provide scheduled dialysis treatments to undocumented immigrants with kidney failure means states pay higher costs for care and patients face greater pain and distress.
Researchers have sequenced the genome of the Australian pitcher plant and discovered a key to the mystery of how those plants became predatory.
"Kid-safe" headphones cannot be trusted to prevent damage to children's hearing.
A CU study reports a sharp increase in concussions among soccer players in the U.S.
CU researchers are studying a feline immunodeficiency virus to improve the lives of cats and to better understand human immunodeficiency virus.
Sunscreen and shade used separately are not enough to prevent sunburn. Use both for full protection, a CU doctor says.
Starting anti-inflammatory drugs early may prevent painful rheumatoid arthritis symptoms from progressing.
A new grant will allow more Front Range patients to join clinical trials at CU Cancer Center.
A CU study shows that both doctors and terminal cancer patients tend to avoid talking about the patient's prognosis following negative scan results.
CU medical students support legal use and research of marijuana for both physical and mental health reasons.
Patients with treatment-resistant forms of epilepsy are finding some relief from a marijuana compound, CU researchers say.
Smoke from e-cigarettes restricts circulation and hinders healing, a CU doctor says.