Biking to work is great for your health, but smaller measures like taking stairs and walking five minutes every hour make a big difference too, doctors say.
A new oral diabetes drug reduces the need for insulin in type 1 diabetes patients, CU researchers say.
Drinking too much water at high altitude can deplete sodium levels and cause confusion and seizures, a CU expert says.
CU's four campuses contribute more than $12 billion to the Colorado economy, a business report says.
A few easy and delicious lunch ideas that are healthier than school lunches from one of our nurse practitioners.
Age, activity, weight and gender influence the amount of protein you need every day, a CU physician says,
Cancer may be caused by the body's immune system doing its job to fight viruses, CU researcher say.
Recommendations for mammogram frequency vary, but a CU researcher says annual exams save the most lives.
Patients whose surgery includes a heart-lung pump lived longer than those whose surgeons didn't use the device, a CU surgeon says.
Creosote bush, used in native cultures to cure a wide range of medical issues, may work better than current pharmaceuticals, CU researchers say.
A CU study into infertility among obese women shows that diet, not obesity may be the root of the problem.
Diabetics are much more likely to develop heart disease than other patients, a CU physician says.
Children with asthma can safely take either ibuprofen or acetaminophen for pain or fevers, CU researchers say.
U.S. surgeons are often too specialized to help with the most common medical problems found in developing countries.
"The days of Marcus Welby, M.D., and Norman Rockwell seem like a very long time ago," CU's Marc Moss, MD, told a group of national leaders gathered to combat burnout among doctors and nurses.