Children's Hospital Colorado officials welcome an FDA move to acquire rare nutrients from Norway to inject premature babies and cancer patients who cannot eat normally.
Doctors at the CU Cancer Center have discovered a new treatment for a rare blood cancer.
Small things like the wrong purse, chair or heels can often be the cause of back pain, says a CU doctor.
RTD managers say they recommend moving a new light rail line to the north of Anschutz Medical Campus to avoid disrupting sensitive equipment.
A Basalt teenager makes it into a prestigious program that guarantees acceptance to CU School of Medicine as long as he meets standards during his undergraduate years.
UCH is the first hospital in the state to use a new method of freezing tumors of the esophagus.
A little boy with a brain tumor is doing fine, thanks to CU doctors, a mom who was a medical student for most of his life and a dad who is a CU pharmacology fellow.
CU experts say blurred vision or even irritated eyes can be warning signs that you may be developing other health problems.
CU President Bruce Benson wants a future light rail line moved away from campus to avoid electromagnetic interference with sensitive hospital equipment.
A generous gift to the CU Lion's Eye Institute is the second of its size in three months and will establish a chair at the institute.
Eat healthy at local restaurants by peeking first at a list of healthy menu items through a CU Anschutz Health and Wellness program.
In this season of graduations, a CU physician writes about his own 1979 graduation and his father's emotional response.
North Middle School students plan to hold a farmer's market this summer with produce grown in their new community garden - the brainchild of Anschutz Medical Campus students.
Marriott will build a $160 million conference center and hotel complex next to the Anschutz Medical Campus.
CU's Dr. Connie Savor Price is one of a team of experts invited to Saudi Arabia to investigate the outbreak of a fatal SARS-like disease called coronavirus.