New classes of diabetes drugs are helping patients avoid weight gain.
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Photos from a mass grave found outside the Colorado Insane Asylum are on display at the Anschutz Medical Campus Fulginiti Pavilion.
Colorado and Utah have similar laws concerning childhood vaccines, but different attitudes toward enforcement mean that far fewer Colorado children are vaccinated.
The longtime president and CEO of University of Colorado Hospital has announced his retirement.
The CU CeDAR Ascent Program is the first in the nation designed specifically to help elite athletes kick addiction problems.
One athlete compared the symptoms to feeling like someone was sitting on her chest.
Hundreds of CU Denver students are joining the pre-health ranks in hopes of becoming doctors or nurses.
Think you know how to shovel snow? Check these tips to avoid hurting yourself.
A widow tells of the journey to bring home the ashes of her husband, who had donated his body to CU School of Medicine students.
A CU gynecologist says female genital mutilation cases are becoming more common in Denver.
Genetic screening helped one Colorado couple have healthy children, but some argue it creates designer babies.
Two CU physicians debate the ethics of a proposed Colorado "Right to Die" law.
New year's resolutions often start to wane by February, but CU's Holly Wyatt, MD, says the right mindset can reverse the slide.
Addiction centers see an upswing in calls for help following the Super Bowl each year because of the event's heavy drinking traditions.