CU researchers say Down syndrome can be categorized as an immune system disorder based on a study involving thousands of blood samples.
Anti-oxidants found in kiwi, parsley, celery and papaya may fight the progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, CU research shows.
The head of the CU Department of Anesthesiology has written a review of scientific studies on the potentially adverse effects of exposing developing brains to general anesthesia.
CU's LongROAD study is tracking more than 3,000 seniors to see how their health, medications and cars influence their driving.
CU studies show that celiac disease is much more prevalent than previously believed, leading some proponents to push for routine screening to prevent health complications.
Undocumented immigrants with kidney failure who can only get emergency dialysis have worse survival odds than patients who get routine dialysis three times a week, a CU researcher says.
Exercise increases metabolic flexibility, a CU researcher says, which helps digestion of all types of foods including carbs and sugars without increasing the risk of diabetes or heart disease.
CU's AIDS Clinical Trials Unit celebrates 25 years of revolutionizing treatment for patients.
Patients who exercise vigorously can delay Parkinson's disease symptoms, a research study shows.
Educating hairdressers in melanoma detection could save lives of clients with hard-to-spot skin cancer, a study by CU researchers says.
A CU study shows that a Colorado program supplying free IUDs to teenagers has resulted in a steep drop in teen pregnancies and abortions.
Physicians rarely discuss end-of-life care with patients suffering from chronic respiratory diseases, but a CU physician says those conversations can help patients feel more in control.
A CU physician calls a prediction that more than half of the nation's kids will be obese by age 35 "pretty scary."
Researchers examining understudied populations in Africa have found that skin pigmentation is far more varied and complex than previously understood. And that complexity increases nearer the equator.
Children's Hospital Colorado researchers have found that home Doppler monitors can help detect potentially fatal fetal heart issues.