Arthritis in the knee is a common complaint, but it can be prevented and symptoms can often be managed.
Gluten is safe for young children to eat, even if they are at high risk of type 1 diabetes, a CU researcher says.
People who try to catch up on sleep over the weekend tend to snack more, gain weight and could be more likely to develop diabetes, CU researchers say.
Shingles, which can lie dormant for decades, can affect the body in surprising places including the intestines and arteries, and can cause strokes and possibly dementia.
Young adult cancer survivors struggle with money and work issues following treatment, a CU study shows.
Parents are trying cannabis to ease their children's ailments when conventional drugs fail. Researchers weigh in on evidence for using the drug to treat seizures, autism, ADHD and pain.
Patches that deliver small doses of peanut to allergic kids were not as effective at reducing reactions as delivering small doses of peanut by mouth, a Children's Hospital Colorado doctor says.
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in partnership with other campuses in the CU System has received a $60,000 award under the state’s Open Education Resources (OER) initiative.
Colorado initially refused to give Justina Ford a medical license, but in time she cared for thousands of Coloradans and delivered more than 7,000 babies.
Young children with autism have far more sleep problems than other kids, a CU researcher says.
A CU study shows that as many as 600,000 lives were saved through mammogram screenings and advances in breast cancer treatment.
If you can't climb four flights of stairs in under a minute, you need to improve your fitness. A CU doctor recommends 30 minutes of "breathlessness" a day.
Twice as many teens use e-cigarettes in Colorado as in any other state. Children's Hospital Colorado wants the state to ban indoor vaping public spaces.
Kids who are short on sleep may stand a higher chance of developing type 2 diabetes and other health problems, a Children's Hospital Colorado study shows.
A CU lung cancer specialist says cancer rates dropped significantly in the last quarter century because of lifestyle changes, research and better treatment.