Doctors at the CU Cancer Center have discovered a new treatment for a rare blood cancer.
Talk to grandparents and other family about storing pharmaceuticals out of the reach of children - a CU study shows more kids are being poisoned by accidental ingestion of adult prescription drugs.
Physicians should begin talking to seniors about driving abilities when they turn 65 and Medicare kicks in, a CU survey of patients and doctors says.
CU researchers are reaching out to obese patients with few resources in hopes of discovering a method that could help more in the community.
Patients with congestive heart failure have a lower survival rates if admitted in January, on Fridays or between midnight and 6 a.m., CU researchers say.
A CU researcher has found that a growing number of children younger than 12 are being treated for accidental ingestion of marijuana since the federal government eased enforcement against Colorado's medical marijuana users.
A study of Colorado inmates showed that psychological health of most of those placed in solitary confinement did not deteriorate. Nor, however, did it improve.
A new study shows that 4,400 children are injured in amusement rides each year. A CU expert gives tips on how to keep your kids safe.
CU's Catherine A. Lozupone weighs in on the early science of our "second genome," the bacterial species that live in human bodies. What makes a healthy microbial community?
A CU study shows that the mortality rate was no better for people receiving an expensive implanted defibrillators rather than a cheaper one.
Animals evolved to store fat for hard times, but there's a way to teach your body to burn fat instead, a CU researcher says.
CU researchers have found a connection between a type of protein in knee fat and rheumatoid arthritis, paving the way for a vaccine or drug to stop the disease's progression.
We all know that taking a daily aspirin can prevent heart attacks and strokes. But a CU study shows that it can also help you survive trauma from severe injuries.
CU is part of a nationwide study to determine whether using antibodies to treat women infected with the CMV virus will cut back on birth defects for their children.
Substituting nuts for other high-fat, high-calorie foods could actually help you lose weight, researchers say.