A CU exercise expert says athletes who shun carbs for fat are hurting their performance.
A physician from Mexico is improving diabetes care for 800 Hispanic youngsters and their families at the Barbara Davis Center.
New nutrition labeling will make eating healthy easier with additional categories like added sugar, a CU dietitian says.
CU researchers have been awarded a federal grant to improve the care of rural patients with opioid addictions.
Pregnant women who eat diets high in carbs and fatty foods give birth to infants with more fat tissue, a CU study shows.
The soaring cost of EpiPens means some patients with severe allergies cannot afford them, and researchers have cut back on their use.
Everyday items like green tea and ibuprofen can worsen or trigger heart failure, a CU doctor says.
A CU researcher details the way a cyclist's body copes and deteriorates during the world's hardest endurance race.
A proposal to increase the tobacco tax by $1.75 per pack in Colorado would reduce smoking and help fund needed anti-smoking programs, CU faculty say.
Researchers say short-term use of opioids may increase the duration of chronic pain because a CU study shows the drug lowers the pain threshold in mice.
University of Colorado Hospital has opened a clinic serving mental health needs of the LGBTQ community.
The CDC has awarded funding to CU to study why some people develop autism spectrum disorder.
Numerous studies show that childhood obesity leads to severe health problems throughout a patient's life.
A CU addiction clinic plans to begin offering an implant that can curb craving and ease withdrawal symptoms from heroin and painkillers.
Even moderate amounts of alcohol can damage the immune system and internal organs of seniors.