Anschutz researchers received funding for six marijuana research studies including three to determine the effects of pot on young patients.
Blue-eyed, red-haired children who take frequent waterside vacations have a higher risk of developing melanoma later in life, CU researchers have learned.
Patients with nonobstructive coronary disease are often sent home without treatment. But CU researchers say effects of ignoring the disease can be devastating.
Parents get 940 Saturdays with their child between birth and adulthood. CU Pediatrician Harley Rotbart, MD, has found a way to help track them.
A CU physician says a proposal to provide annual low-dose CT scans Medicare patients likely to develop lung cancer will save lives.
They may pass the sniff test, but are they still good to eat? A CU nutritionist weighs in how long to hang on to 10 common foods found in most refrigerators.
A drug used to treat heart attack, pulmonary embolism and stroke is saving frostbitten fingers and toes.
University doctors are teaming up with researchers at Colorado State University to improve drugs and treatments for patients.
Physicians don't ask patients about exposure to second-hand smoke, says a CU doctor. But they need to.
A CU psychiatry fellow has developed a screening instrument to diagnose orthorexia nervosa, a disorder in which patients grow ill by becoming obsessed with healthy food.
CU's CeDAR drug treatment program is distributing an inexpensive drug that stops overdoses from becoming fatal.
More than 7,500 graduate students are enrolled in health programs at the Anschutz Medical Campus.
University of Colorado Hospital has a new isolation unit and is training staff to help patients with Ebola.
A University of Colorado Health survivorship clinic in Fort Collins helps cancer patients plan their life after treatment.
Patients suffering from eczema can develop a painful topical steroid addiction, but a CU physician says it's a rare side effect and that medicines do far more good than harm.