|CU Denver architecture students design homes for disabled|
University of Colorado Denver architecture students are learning to design homes with disabled veterans and their service dogs in mind. Students in the Master of Architecture program in the College of Architecture and Planning spent the fall semester designing innovative, energy efficient residences to accommodate disabled veterans and their service dogs working collaboratively on daily tasks.
|North Denver News||12/12/2014
|Is Sugar, Not Salt, High BP Culprit?|
Robert H. Eckel, MD, who co-chaired the AHA/ACC guidelines writing panel said they were both evidence-based and well founded. Eckel is a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado Denver and a spokesman for the American Heart Association.
|How Secondhand Smoke Risks Your Heart Health|
With that in mind, consider that tobacco use is the top preventable cause of death among Americans, the CDC says. That’s true whether you smoke, or are exposed to secondhand smoke because you live or work with smokers, says R. William Vandivier, MD, a pulmonologist at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora.
|The Leanest State|
James O. Hill, PhD, executive director of the University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Center talks with KOA radio's afternoon news hosts about Colorado again being ranked the least obese state.
|NFL Owners Approve New Personal Conduct Policy|
Barbara Paradiso, director of the Center on Domestic Violence at University of Colorado Denver, also welcomed the changes, saying, “I applaud the NFL for taking this seriously and moving the discussion into policy and for developing a process that’s very transparent.”
|Wall Street Journal||12/10/2014
|New Wonderbound dance production offers tastes and scents of winter|
While additional sensory inputs can lead to heightened awareness in the brain, the outcome really depends on the individual immersed in the experience, says Dr. Sruthi Thomas, a medical resident at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
|Colorado Public Radio||12/9/2014
|Short on time? Here's how to get in a good workout fast.|
High-intensity interval training has become very popular, and for good reason, says Beth Anne Fisher, a physical therapist with the School of Medicine at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and a certified strength and conditioning specialist.
|Slide Show: On the Wing|
Alongside many other works—an image of artificial goldfinches perched on a real branch, a realistic bird sculpture built from common drug-store products (fake nails and eyelashes, iridescent hair clips)—hang a series of photographs by Joann Brennan, a professor and associate dean at the University of Colorado at Denver.
|The New Yorker||12/8/2014
|Charlie Burrell, pioneer black musician in Colorado, releases memoir|
Now Burrell is 94, and “The Life of Charlie Burrell: Breaking the Color Barrier in Classical Music" is being published, co-authored by Mitch Handelsman, a University of Colorado Denver professor of psychology and fellow musician.
|Colorado Public Radio||12/4/2014
|Colorado Researchers Close To Concussion Treatment|
Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy hope to change all that. Dr. Kim Heidenreich heads up a team that’s working on re-purposing an asthma drug to curb the injury associated with a brain injury.
|Red Wine May Prevent Cancer|
Researchers from the University of Colorado Denver found that the chemical resveratrol, found in grapes skins and in red wine, blocks the cancer-causing effect of alcohol.
|UCHealth plans south Fort Collins emergency center|
In a race to capture Fort Collins’ health-care dollars, University of Colorado Health threw a counter punch at Banner Health, a major competitor preparing to open a medical campus here April 6.
|Fair fees? Facing cuts, more schools charge for busing|
"It's always been a little unclear whether transportation is the responsibility of the district or the parent," Paul Teske, professor and Dean of the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver, said.
|Raising awareness on World AIDS Day|
Peter Anderson, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the University of Colorado, joined 9 News anchors to discuss medication.
|Why are high school football players dying?|
"If you really wanted to prevent the vast majority of injuries in football, you could do that if you took away tackling," she said, "but then it wouldn't be football anymore."
|A guide to Denver's best landscaped spaces, deep and free|
Contributions came from the national and Colorado chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado, Denver.
|Black Friday and beyond: Seasonal safety tips for shopping|
The computer forensics expert did a quick search online and bought the same one from an online retailer he'd never heard of with a generic-looking website and name. "I have to be honest, it looked a little scary," said Lewis, who teaches computer science at the University of Colorado Denver...
|Beyond Color: 9News discusses race relations|
CU Denver professor Ruben Anguiano talks about the importance of preparing our students to work with culturally and linguistically diverse families as part of this 9News special segment.
University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Center psychologist Denise McGuire discusses Seasonal Affective Disorder, fighting the holiday blues, and aging parents with "Boomtown" host Rick Crandell.
|CU Denver professor co-authors book on local classical artist Charlie Burrell|
A recently released autobiography co-authored by Mitch Handelsman, a professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciencesat the University of Colorado Denver, explores the life story of internationally acclaimed musician Charles Burrell.
|North Denver News||11/24/2014