The University of Colorado School of Medicine has hired Erik Wallace, MD, FACP, as Associate Dean for its new branch in Colorado Springs.
Home visits by nurses to low-income pregnant women and parents of young children had some positive benefits for the children, researchers say.
CU Researchers say high school athletes playing at higher altitudes suffer fewer concussions than those closer to sea-level.
Freezing temperatures mean frostbite cases for University of Colorado Hospital, where new medicines are providing better cures.
State of Slim participants at the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center are losing weight through exercise and nutrition, but also by adopting new behaviors in all areas of their lives.
Healthy obese people continue to have a greater chance of heart attack and stroke than healthy normal-weight people, a new analysis shows.
Winning the lung cancer fight at CU Cancer Center.
Anschutz researchers will study pediatric strokes with a $2.5 million four-year grant from the American Heart/Stroke Association and the Bugher Foundation.
Donations to Anschutz Medical Campus comprised over half the total fundraising dollars in CU's Creating Futures campaign, which has raised $1.521 billion since 2006.
Children around the world are slower and have less endurance than their parents when they were young, says a CU pediatrician.
The number of cyclists involved in accidents in Northern Colorado jumped 80 percent between 2006 and 2012, a UCH study says.
"I think that the day will come when we don’t have diabetes,” says a researcher at CU's Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes.
Over the counter probiotics could be the answer for people suffering from abdominal bloating, food allergies and even weight gain.
Anschutz Medical Campus and its sister campus in Denver made the Military Times' list of top four-year colleges for veterans.
What's the best treatment for Seasonal Affected Disorder aka the Winter Blues? Go outside for a walk, a CU specialist says.