A kidney disease that has killed thousands in Central America may be the first disease linked directly to global warming, a CU physician says.
A national standardized screening process would help health providers spot child abuse, a CU Kempe Center physician says.
A CU physician says an eye infection in cats and dogs has infected six people, mainly children.
CU researchers will take part in a study that will track the effects of alcohol and tobacco on the brains of adolescents.
A long-term study involving thousands of men and women showed that small diet adjustments make a big difference to your heart.
CU scientists have discovered that increasing a certain hormone may prevent obesity from being passed down from mother to baby.
Electronic bracelets could become more important as technology expands to track diverse issues like blood glucose, asthma attacks and overtraining.
A genetic adaptation by our primate ancestors may be to blame for our current obesity crisis, a CU expert says.
Many seniors are prescribed statins even when they have no heart issues, and a CU doctor says clinical trials would help determine appropriate uses.
Are supplements or a few minutes of sun exposure the best way to get your vitamin D? Experts say getting enough is crucial to fighting illness.
Three universities including CU Anschutz will team up to find ways to encourage healthy eating and exercise in at-risk families.
Children should start eating allergens like peanuts early to prevent food allergies, a Children's Hospital Colorado allergist says.
Does drinking soda cause heart attacks? A CU cardiologist says a study linking the two is premature.
Research is transforming lung cancer from a deadly disease to a chronic condition, a CU scientist says.
One of the world's deadliest parasites is under attack by a team of researchers including CU Cancer Center Director Dan Theodorescu.