A CU physician who advises the CDC is one of many doctors unhappy with the agency's handling of a polio-like illness that is paralyzing children.
Evalina Burger, MB ChB, MMed, an expert spine surgeon and accomplished administrative leader, has been named chair of the CU Department of Orthopedics, effective Nov. 1, 2018.
A grant will help fund a UCHealth program that is treating opioid addicts with Suboxone, which helps ward off the horrible side effects of the addiction so they can wean themselves off the drugs.
Nanette Santoro, MD, Professor and E. Stewart Taylor Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has been elected into the National Academy of Medicine, one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.
A grant that will help identify and treat kids with mental health problems will launch a collaboration between Children's Hospital Colorado and Mental Health Colorado.
A viral infection with neurological complications has struck some Colorado children, but a Children's Hospital Colorado physician says most kids recover well.
"No one hates cancer more than me," says Richard Schulick, MD, CU Cancer Center director, whose parents both were diagnosed with cancer.
Hospitals around the country are cutting back on opioid prescriptions including UCH, where a new system simplifies doctors' access to a patients drug history.
Babies go through a sleepless period known as the four-month sleep regression, which a CU physician says is actually a sleep development as the infant's brain evolves.
Cases of the flu have already been reported in the Denver area, meaning an early start and potentially more deaths, a CU physician says.
Hormonal shifts may make female athletes prone to developing excruciating hip pain, a CU doctor says.
The widow of a former UCH patient donated devices that allow people who can't speak to communicate through eye-tracking technology.
What should you say to a friend you suspect has an eating disorder?
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has received a $120 million gift, the largest private philanthropic commitment in its history, to further elevate its stature as one of the country’s top medical destinations.
Healthy people probably will suffer little long-term damage to their lungs if they run outside on a smoky day, a CU doctor says.