Many African American women say that their keeping their hairstyle neat and clean is a factor in deciding whether to exercise.
Doctors and other health advocates need to embrace social media to spread medical information to the public, a CU cancer researcher says.
Low-income mothers and their first-born children who received home visits from nurses are less likely to die from preventable causes, CU research shows.
Researchers say that screening of genetically susceptible infants can lead to the diagnosis of celiac disease at a very early age.
Testing and rehabilitation for older drivers is available, but many physicians don't know about it, and insurance companies often don't pay, CU researchers say.
Alcohol is a factor in the death of one out of seven Coloradans - a statistic that sounds high but doesn't surprise CU addiction specialists.
Environmental causes are the reason type 1 diabetes cases are doubling every 20 years, a CU researcher says.
Matthew J. Kennedy, PhD, has been named a Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences. He is one of 22 early-career researchers to receive the honor this year.
The link between Alzheimer's Disease and Down syndrome is growing, a CU researcher says.
A CU doctor hopes to use some of Colorado's $9 million for marijuana research to look into whether pot can help people break drug addictions.
CU scientists have learned that certain viruses spread by taking on the shape of other RNA molecules and hijacking the cell.
Breakfast may not be the most important meal of the day for dieters.
A breath test developed at CU can diagnose whether a patient has lung cancer and determine its stage.
CU research shows that ending statins in patients with terminal illnesses leads to longer life.
Delaying measles-related vaccines could boost the risk of seizures, a CU researcher says.