CU researchers were awarded six grants to study marijuana including trials comparing marijuana to Oxycodone and another to test its effect on irritable bowel syndrome.
Mental health therapy will be offered in Colorado primary care clinics thanks to a $65 million federal grant.
Are some carbohydrates healthier than others? A CU physician says new studies contradict older ones.
Colorado is still the thinnest state, but not the fittest. CU's James Hill, PhD, lists what we're doing right and wrong.
Gaining weight over the holidays isn't the problem. It's the fact that we never lose those pounds. Dr. Holly Wyatt says it doesn't have to be that way.
A $1.5 million gift from a CU professor who died 70 years ago will fund research at the CU Department of Orthopedics.
Maintaining weight loss is a battle most people lose, and the causes need further study, an NIH group led by a CU faculty member says.
Hospitalized geriatric patients visited by trained volunteers experienced improvements in mood, orientation and calmness, a CU study has found.
High-intensity inteval training has made exercise possible for busy people.
A melanoma diagnosis used to be a death sentence, but a recently approved drug has changed that.
Families with sick children are moving to Colorado for marijuana therapy, but a new study casts doubts on its effectiveness.
An at-home colon cancer test may improve cancer detection and save lives, says a CU physician.
Genes and stress cause depression in 1 in 8 middle-age women.
If you're going to drink alcohol, make it red wine, CU researchers say.
CU researchers say a common asthma drug might be key to mitigating the effects of concussions.