A CU researcher says phosphates in food are causing health issues for some people, particularly those with kidney problems.
Subliminal photos of disgusting things like cockroaches lowered research subjects' desire for sweets.
Colorado athletes are choosing IV hydration therapy to help recover from or prepare for endurance events. But a CU doctor cautions that oral hydration is safer and as effective.
A CU researcher has received a grant to study why some patients with hemophilia respond better to preventive treatment than others.
CU physicians say there's a safe and lower-cost way to diagnose and treat problems in the upper gastrointestinal tract of children.
Women but not men suffer brain volume loss leading to behavioral issues after long-term stimulant abuse including cocaine and methamphetamine.
A congressional repeal of the medical device tax could mean more funding for Anschutz Medical Campus researchers.
When 12-year-old Gaby Zane learned that children can't bring a stuffed animal with them into surgery because of fears of infection, she divised an experiment to change that.
The School of Medicine is teaming up with a Singapore biomedical company to begin a study using stem cells to treat diabetic wounds.
Anschutz Medical Campus helps maintain a registry of 10,000 people who have lost a lot of weight and kept it off so researchers can understand the keys to their success.
Four universities will study heart disease and stroke in minority populations; CU will look at blood pressure control and racism among American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Athletes are wearing compression garments in the belief that it helps performance by reducing toxins.
A $14.8 million grant to CU will help primary care practices use the latest medical evidence to improve the heart health of hundreds of thousands of people in Colorado and New Mexico.
A Colorado congresswoman helps launch a national effort to find new ways to finance research and make up for lack of funding.
Robert Eckel, MD, discusses the new cholesterol guidelines and what they mean for health care providers.