The death of an infant appears to be the first ever to be attributed to marijuana exposure, Colorado doctors say.
Researchers show bias against studies done in poor nations, and that could mean missing out on frugal innovations, a CU surgeon says.
CU researchers say every cup of coffee you drink helps reduce risk of heart failure, stroke and coronary heart disease.
A program to reduce hospital readmission rates may be causing an uptick in mortality rates, researchers from CU and other institutions say.
Thanks to e-cigarettes, tobacco use is climbing in the U.S. even while the rate of cigarette smoking declines, a CU doctor says.
Cardiologists need to better counsel their patients about palliative care and end-of-life options, doctors say.
Surgeons are using a movement test to predict how well elderly patients will rebound from surgery.
Fresh rather than frozen donor eggs are more likely to lead to pregnancy, a CU researcher says.
Frostnip - the precursor to frostbite - should be treated with care, a CU physician says.
CU researchers developed both the new, more effective shingles vaccine, and the older one, too.
It’s no longer true “that you’re a sole cowboy out there, saving the patient on your own,” says Mark Earnest, head of CU Department of Internal Medicine.
CU has received a $5.5 million grant to study health and social consequences of legalizing recreation marijuana.
Treatments should differ between melanoma caused by sun-exposure and those caused by genetic changes, a CU researcher says.
A B12 deficiency is dangerous, but too much can be toxic, a CU physician says.
One in four children eligible for early intervention for developmental delays did not get enrolled in programs, a CU study shows.