A viewer asks Tim Byers, MD, MPH: Is it the fat you eat or the fat on your body that causes cancer?
Sending a photo of a skin lesion to a dermatologist for analysis may be almost as effective as an office visit, a CU researcher says. That's good news for patients in remote areas.
Early research results don't support claims that pot cures childhood epilepsy, say Children's Hospital Colorado doctors, who see more kids treated with pot than any other hospital.
The new Veteran's Administration campus next to campus will include a geriatric research, education and clinical center focusing on gender-related health care and obesity in aging adults.
A team of researchers led by David Schwartz, MD, chair of the Department of Medicine, has been awarded a $7.9 million grant to search for better treatments for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Why people exercise may prove to be the most important reason that some people stick with exercise while others quit, a CU researcher says.
The mortality rate is higher in developing countries for most disease with skin manifestations, like Ebola, a CU researcher says.
Women suffering from gestational diabetes can eat carbs without harming themselves or the fetus, a CU researcher says.
Parents and students like many of the services provided by school clinics, which often serve as a medical home for underserved kids.
CU researchers are developing a birth control pill designed to reduce side effects like bleeding and clots for heavy women.
A CU researcher will take part in a $6.25 million project to help patients with chronic inflammatory disorders of the gastrointestinal system.
While working at CU School of Medicine in the early 1970s, Dr. Guinter Kahn helped develop a drug later marketed as Rogaine to grow hair.
V. Michael Holers, MD, has been awarded a grant to help establish the Accelerating Medicine Partnership in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus Network.
A CU physicians says a quarter of her patients in an eating disorders program are boys who suffer from an assortment of body image problems.
With researchers in Japan and CSU, CU is studying building a carbon-ion radiation therapy center in Aurora to treat animals and people with deadly cancers.