CU received a record $1 billion for research last fiscal year with nearly half coming to the Anschutz Medical Campus.
A CU researcher documented a sudden increase in celiac disease nationally. Since then scientists have been trying to home in on the cause.
A "one and done" vaccination shot under development would eliminate multiple booster shots and provide instant immunity, doctors say.
States with weaker, non-medical exemption policies for vaccinations can reduce the likelihood of a measles outbreak 140 to 190 percent by strengthening them, CU researchers say.
Poor women in Latin America are more likely to be obese because they eat less protein but consume more calories, researchers say.
CU medical students support legal use and research of marijuana for both physical and mental health reasons.
Two-thirds of Americans say doctors should ask patients about gun ownership and safety, a CU study shows.
A CU researcher details the way a cyclist's body copes and deteriorates during the world's hardest endurance race.
Public school reception to the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey has been favorable despite recent controversy that the poll is too intrusive and explicit for school-age children, a CU faculty member says.
CU researchers have found a possible cause of liver disease in adolescents with cystic fibrosis.
"I think that the day will come when we don’t have diabetes,” says a researcher at CU's Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes.
James Holmes impressed faculty at the Texas A&M neuroscience program but he dropped out before on-campus interviews.
Caleb Medley, the last victim hospitalized in the Aurora theater shootings, has been discharged from University of Colorado Hospital to a long-term care facility.
The University of Alabama Birmingham rejected James Holmes' PhD application saying interviewers were troubled by his personality.
A U.S. Postal official testified that James Holmes sent a package to his CU psychiatrist just before the Aurora theater shootings - not days before as reported earlier by Fox News.