Healthy obese people continue to have a greater chance of heart attack and stroke than healthy normal-weight people, a new analysis shows.
Anschutz researchers will study pediatric strokes with a $2.5 million four-year grant from the American Heart/Stroke Association and the Bugher Foundation.
"I think that the day will come when we don’t have diabetes,” says a researcher at CU's Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes.
Over the counter probiotics could be the answer for people suffering from abdominal bloating, food allergies and even weight gain.
The number of cyclists involved in accidents in Northern Colorado jumped 80 percent between 2006 and 2012, a UCH study says.
Grasshopper mice can eat scorpions without feeling the sting. CU researchers say that discovery could lead to development of new pain-relieving drugs.
CU researchers are linking popular testosterone supplements to heart attacks, strokes and an increased risk of death.
School-based health centers get high marks from parents and teens, who use them as a medical home for a variety of needs including vaccinations and illnesses.
Men with breast cancer are more likely to be treated with mastectomy than are women, CU Cancer Center researchers say in study involving more than 700,000 cases.
CU researchers say they can predict how well older patients will recover from surgery by the number of falls they've had in preceding months.
Being overweight causes 20 percent of all breast cancers, a CU researcher says. Alcohol consumption is another culprit.
CU research on altitude sickness has come so far that scientists can now predict who is likely to get sick and who is not.
A four-year national study that included CU Advance Reproductive Medicine shows that a drug used for breast cancer is helpful to women with infertility problems.
The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute on the Anschutz campus has won a grant to research drugs and diseases and translate findings into practical health improvements.
Several recent studies point to exercise as the magic bullet in cancer survivorship.