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How to Have an Eating Disorder Talk

What should you say to a friend you suspect has an eating disorder?

Meningitis Vaccine Rates Low

Only half of pediatricians and a third of family physicians suggest the meningitis strain B vaccine for teens, a CU physician says.

Generic Epipens

A generic version of the EpiPen will go on the market soon, and could result in lower prices, a CU doctor says.

Down Syndrome Explained

A CU Down syndrome researcher explains the most recent discoveries related to Down syndrome and cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases.

More Measles Cases in 2018

Measles was declared eliminated from the U.S. nearly two decades ago, but the number of cases has been climbing this year.

Wildfire Smoke Risk

Healthy people probably will suffer little long-term damage to their lungs if they run outside on a smoky day, a CU doctor says.

$120 Million Anschutz Gift

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has received a $120 million gift, the largest private philanthropic commitment in its history, to further elevate its stature as one of the country’s top medical destinations.

Integrated Mental-Physical Health

Primary care clinics are hiring psychologists to help patients who come in with mental health as well as physical complaints.

CU's Web of Care for Veterans

CU Anschutz Medical Campus hosts a variety of clinics tailored the needs of veterans, a U.S. News report says.

Smokey Skies Endanger Health

Beware pollution from Western fires this summer, a Children's Hospital Colorado physician says. The smog can endanger health, particularly among children whose lungs are still developing.

Tech Is Health Care's Future

“There’s a fundamental challenge in health care right now,” says UC Health's chief innovation officer. “You know firsthand that it’s broken. It’s not a little broken, it’s a lot broken. It’s not catastrophically broken, but it’s getting there.”

Children's Donates Food

Children's Hospital Colorado is the first major Colorado donor to Copia, which reduces food waste by matching donors with groups serving people in need.

Crazy for Avocados

Americans love avocado, maybe a little too much, a CU doctor says.

8 Foods Cardiologists Avoid

Heart doctors tend to avoid certain foods to prevent cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death for American men and women.

Independence for Veterans

A coalition of caregiving groups and researchers is helping create independence for veterans in rural Colorado.