CU's Barbara Davis Center, one of the nation's top diabetes treatment and research centers, will host a conference to help doctors and patients benefit from cutting edge treatments.
CU medical students receive lessons in informed consent to make sure patients are fully aware of treatments' risks and benefits.
Losing the battle against dry winter skin and eyes? Here are some tips to keep yourself lubricated and comfortable.
Many pregnant women use marijuana, but doctors warn that the drug can impact the child's intelligence and self-control.
Doctors in rural Colorado are dealing with an explosion of opioid addictions and have limited resources to help their patients.
Technology developed by CU measures glycogen to help athletes configure individual food and exercise plans.
The flu season is getting a late start, but this year's strain could be more serious than some others.
Patients with a history of heavy, long-term marijuana use are appearing in Colorado emergency rooms complaining of intense pain and vomiting.
Heartbreak can be fatal, a CU cardiologist says. “People are at higher risk of heart attack and stroke in the month after the death of a loved one.”
A breath test can determine how many calories your body burns at rest, a CU doctor says.
Drug addicts in Denver jails can be selected to participate in a CU methadone clinic.
A new birthing center in Guatemala will be staffed by local attendants trained by CU physicians and health care providers.
A CU physician is trying to get colleges to adopt anti-tanning policies and educate students about the health risks of indoor tanning.
A video showing a CU doctor's simple cure for vertigo has gotten nearly 2 million Web hits.
Some people say a little pot before the gym makes for a better workout. A CU physician says it probably only seems that way.