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.
Americans love avocado, maybe a little too much, a CU doctor says.
Heart doctors tend to avoid certain foods to prevent cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death for American men and women.
A coalition of caregiving groups and researchers is helping create independence for veterans in rural Colorado.
Portions of the film Incredibles 2 could cause seizures in people with photosensitive epilepsy, a CU doctor says. Warning signs are now posted outside theaters.
Former CU medical school dean Richard Krugman, MD, and a former patient who was kidnapped and assaulted as a child have established a center to support research, training and prevention of child abuse.
Rashes and bumps are common skin occurrences, but a CU dermatologist says patients should be aware of possible medical problems.
A patient traded in opioids for treatment at UCHealth Integrative Medicine Center to learn how to deal with his pain.
A grant to CU, in partnership with The Denver Hospice, will expand an Advance Care Planning Volunteer Certification Program for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.
Local clinics offer amniotic stem cell treatments to help people with Alzheimer's disease, but CU experts say the expensive therapies are unproven.
Richard D. Schulick, MD, MBA, a renowned cancer surgeon and accomplished administrative leader, has been named director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center to lead a $100 million investment in the program over the next five years.
Immunotherapies are being developed to help people with fatal food allergies build a tolerance to small amounts of allergens.
University of Colorado researchers have created on-demand, voice-activated apps to enhance learning and teaching for members of CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Denver.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine is honoring four distinguished alumni at alumni reunion events this week.
A new clinic will serve post-9/11 veterans, regardless of whether they were honorably discharged, and their family and friends.