Women who are exposed to certain chemicals are more likely to experience menopause at a younger age, a CU researcher says.
Should doctors advocate removing some medicines when patients are terminal? CU's Jean Kutner, MD, says research indicates that it's worth discussing.
People with type 2 diabetes often struggle to work out, but a little goes a long way, a CU researcher says.
How can doctors help make marijuana policy when the research is so limited?
Hepatitis C killed Kim Bossley's mother, but Kim is cured because of two new drugs.
CU School of Medicine researchers say they have found potential therapies for a condition that can delay sitting, crawling and walking in certain infants.
CU researchers are searching for ways to detect Alzheimer's disease before symptoms begin.
Kids should get one hour of exercise each day; triple that for preschoolers, says a CU pediatrician.
The annual U.S. cost of psoriasis, a chronic inflammatory skin condition, is estimated to be between $112 billion and $135 billion in 2013.
One in nine marijuana users risks becoming addicted, a UCH specialist says.
Research can help fight new infectious diseases like Ebola but funding has dwindled in the past decade, a CU professor says.
Young adults who ingest pot suffer brain damage that impacts memory, cognition, judgment, motivation and emotions.
A $1.5 million gift from a CU professor who died 70 years ago will fund research at the CU Department of Orthopedics.
Maintaining weight loss is a battle most people lose, and the causes need further study, an NIH group led by a CU faculty member says.
CU researchers were awarded six grants to study marijuana including trials comparing marijuana to Oxycodone and another to test its effect on irritable bowel syndrome.