CU's Catherine A. Lozupone weighs in on the early science of our "second genome," the bacterial species that live in human bodies. What makes a healthy microbial community?
North Middle School students plan to hold a farmer's market this summer with produce grown in their new community garden - the brainchild of Anschutz Medical Campus students.
A study of Colorado inmates showed that psychological health of most of those placed in solitary confinement did not deteriorate. Nor, however, did it improve.
A CU study shows that the mortality rate was no better for people receiving an expensive implanted defibrillators rather than a cheaper one.
CU's Dr. Connie Savor Price is one of a team of experts invited to Saudi Arabia to investigate the outbreak of a fatal SARS-like disease called coronavirus.
Marriott will build a $160 million conference center and hotel complex next to the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Animals evolved to store fat for hard times, but there's a way to teach your body to burn fat instead, a CU researcher says.
CU researchers have found a connection between a type of protein in knee fat and rheumatoid arthritis, paving the way for a vaccine or drug to stop the disease's progression.
Asking heart patients about their quality of life can help physicians save lives by predicting heart attacks and other serious health crises.
We all know that taking a daily aspirin can prevent heart attacks and strokes. But a CU study shows that it can also help you survive trauma from severe injuries.
A new UCH emergency room means quicker service. Wait times for patients have dropped from an average of 80 minutes to 10.
UCH is offering expectant mothers a DNA blood test instead of the more dangerous amniocentesis procedure to test for birth defects.
A new study shows that 4,400 children are injured in amusement rides each year. A CU expert gives tips on how to keep your kids safe.
Eye exercises can help people who have problems reading despite having good vision. But a CU doctor says watch out for clinics who advocate and charge for unscientific methods.
A new patient tower translates to a lot more medical staff at UCH. In the last year, 251 nurses have been hired to help care for the booming patient population.