The flu season is getting a late start, but this year's strain could be more serious than some others.
Doctors in rural Colorado are dealing with an explosion of opioid addictions and have limited resources to help their patients.
Patients with a history of heavy, long-term marijuana use are appearing in Colorado emergency rooms complaining of intense pain and vomiting.
Heartbreak can be fatal, a CU cardiologist says. “People are at higher risk of heart attack and stroke in the month after the death of a loved one.”
Technology developed by CU measures glycogen to help athletes configure individual food and exercise plans.
Moving around at work every hour can improve your mood and your health, CU doctors say.
A breath test can determine how many calories your body burns at rest, a CU doctor says.
Marijuana smoke may be more dangerous to children than cigarette smoke, a CU doctor says.
CU will be one of seven clinical centers nationwide to participate in a NIH initiative to improve understanding of molecular changes during physical activity.
Ski injuries are much less severe if a child is wearing a helmet, CU researchers say.
The state of Colorado is funding $2.35 million in marijuana studies to determine the drug's effects on health and behavior.
The number of pre-med health humanities programs in the country has exploded, a CU research study shows.
Smoke from e-cigarettes restricts circulation and hinders healing, a CU doctor says.
Drug addicts in Denver jails can be selected to participate in a CU methadone clinic.
Type 1 diabetes patients with elevated albumin in their urine had three times the risk of life-threatening kidney and cardiac disease as those with normal levels, CU researchers say.