Pregnant women suffering from severe inflammation are much more likely to give birth to children with autism, and a CU researcher says a new study reveals why that might happen.
Patients with osteoarthritis are finding relief in stem cell therapy, says a CU researcher.
Hard workouts don't equate to more weight loss because your body adapts to a higher activity level, a CU researcher says.
CU researchers say the call for a cure for Alzheimer's disease is gaining force as baby boomers age.
Stem cells in baby teeth may someday be able to cure diabetes, a CU physician says.
CU researchers want to know why colorectal cancer in young people is so much more aggressive than in the older population.
President Obama's State of the Union announcement to cure cancer is welcome news at CU Cancer Center, which works with researchers around the country to improve treatment and results for patients.
A bad sense of smell makes food taste worse, but it can also help diagnose Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, and other health issues.
CU researchers say teens who use indoor tanning devices are more likely to abuse drugs or liquor.
Better coordination between hospitals and post-acute care facilities could reduce patient readmission to hospitals and mortality rates, CU researchers say.
A CU study indicates that marijuana use can reduce the frequency of migraines.
CU faculty weigh in on personalized medicine and how the burgeoning field affects everyone.
Inflammation may cause as many as one in five cancers, a CU pathologist says.
More pregnant and nursing women are admitting to using marijuana, a CU obstetrician says.
Women with diabetes are twice as likely to have heart disease than diabetic men, a CU researcher says.