CU surgeons are researching an implant designed to relieve lower back pain.
A CU researcher will study whether DHEA increases the effect of exercise on bone and muscle in postmenopausal women.
Women in STEM research are less likely to hold prominent author positions and are less often cited than male researchers, a CU study shows.
A new oral diabetes drug reduces the need for insulin in type 1 diabetes patients, CU researchers say.
Recommendations for mammogram frequency vary, but a CU researcher says annual exams save the most lives.
Cancer may be caused by the body's immune system doing its job to fight viruses, CU researcher say.
Biking to work is great for your health, but smaller measures like taking stairs and walking five minutes every hour make a big difference too, doctors say.
A CU study into infertility among obese women shows that diet, not obesity may be the root of the problem.
U.S. surgeons are often too specialized to help with the most common medical problems found in developing countries.
Patients whose surgery includes a heart-lung pump lived longer than those whose surgeons didn't use the device, a CU surgeon says.
CU received a record $1 billion for research last fiscal year with nearly half coming to the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Creosote bush, used in native cultures to cure a wide range of medical issues, may work better than current pharmaceuticals, CU researchers say.
Children with asthma can safely take either ibuprofen or acetaminophen for pain or fevers, CU researchers say.
Researchers at CU Barbara Davis Center hope that someday Type 1 diabetes can be prevented or controlled with stem cell injections.
CU students and faculty are trying to find a treatment for an aggressive brain stem tumor that is considered to be the last incurable pediatric cancer.