CT scans at Children's Hospital Colorado are revealing the ancient secrets of two mummies from Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
All women should be able to answer these seven health questions to help determine if a medical complaint is harmless or harmful.
The first cohort of CU medical students to train in Colorado Springs began classes this week.
Most people won't have much say in how they die because they didn't talk about their preferences beforehand. It doesn't have to be that way, a former CU physician says.
Some tips for newcomers from a CU emergency medicine physician on how to survive in Colorado.
Many cyclists don't lose weight because they're training too hard instead of riding in the fat-burning zone, a CU researcher says.
Two percent of people are living with a potentially deadly brain aneurysm. You're most likely to be one of them if you have relatives with the condition.
A $10 million pledge will fund a CU center to provide expertise and help businesses, schools and others recognize signs of mental illness.
Colorado's fickle spring weather is creating a new population of allergy sufferers, a CU physician says.
Remain vigilant: the flu season is running a little late this year.
CU Emergency Department Dr. Roberta Capp is the recipient of a national prize recognizing her creative and innovative approach to improving patient care.
Learn about all aspects of the Anschutz Medical Campus in a Denver Business Journal special section.
A patient and lead CU psychiatry researcher are working together to teach medical students and schizophrenia patients how to overcome the disease.
A CU physician publicly apologizes to patients with multiple drug-resistant TB for "weak and toxic regimens" still used to cure the disease.
A CU professor marked World Down Syndrome Day earlier this week with a blog post honoring the lives of people with the genetic condition.