University of Colorado researchers have created on-demand, voice-activated apps to enhance learning and teaching for members of CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Denver.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine is honoring four distinguished alumni at alumni reunion events this week.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado and the CU School of Medicine have found that taking a specially formulated antioxidant-enriched multivitamin may decrease respiratory illnesses in people with cystic fibrosis.
Research by physician-scientists at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus offers hope for improved quality of life for people who rely on intravenous nutrition due to intestinal damage.
Providing suboptimal care to undocumented patients causes physician burnout and moral distress, a CU professor's study shows.
C. Neill Epperson, MD, an expert in women’s behavioral health, particularly the relationship of hormones and the brain, has been named chair of the CU Department of Psychiatry effective Sept. 1.
"Prediabetes is diabetes,” a CU physician says. “The time is now to take action. You can prevent diabetes, you can prevent complications of diabetes ..."
A new study by CU School of Medicine researchers has determined that choices of protein intake from solid foods has a significant impact on infant growth during the first year of life.
A new clinic will serve post-9/11 veterans, regardless of whether they were honorably discharged, and their family and friends.
Oncologists often recommend pot to ease cancer's side effects, but most don't feel they know enough about the drug and its effects, and research is lacking to show whether the drug is safe for cancer patients.
A CU researcher at Denver Health found that 70 percent of marijuana dispensaries promote the use of pot for morning sickness.
During menopause, women's fat moves to the waistline, which increases the risk of many diseases including stroke and diabetes.
As many as 12 million Americans with dementia could be living in a home with a gun by 2050, a CU researcher says.
Putting opioids in blister packs instead of bottles has prevented overdoses in toddlers, a CU physician says.
Some people respond better physically to easier workouts than they do to pushing themselves to the max, a CU researcher says.