School and campus leaders, faculty and staff gathered Tuesday to dedicate the newly renamed Richard D. Krugman Conference Center on campus.
Does eating breakfast help you lose weight? Having sex? Eating chocolate? A CU nutritionist debunks some popular myths.
A training grant will help people living in the shadow of Anschutz Medical Campus share in its economic boom.
Should schools prohibit cupcakes and other sugar-laden foods? CU's James O. Hill encourages moderation.
Fewer Coloradans are abusing painkillers, but young adults are still the worst offenders.
Students are rarely able to transfer between medical schools but there are exceptions.
John J. Reilly, Jr., MD, has been named the next dean of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and the University’s vice chancellor for health affairs, effective April 1, 2015.
Be careful with your beauty regimen. Cleansing, moisturizing and brightening can go too far and cause damage.
Colorado doctors are writing fewer prescriptions and are signing up for a program that helps them monitor patients' prescription history.
Using telemedicine to diagnose the flu allows sick patients to stay in bed and away from waiting rooms where they might spread germs.
Mental health therapy will be offered in Colorado primary care clinics thanks to a $65 million federal grant.
Colorado is still the thinnest state, but not the fittest. CU's James Hill, PhD, lists what we're doing right and wrong.
Gaining weight over the holidays isn't the problem. It's the fact that we never lose those pounds. Dr. Holly Wyatt says it doesn't have to be that way.
High-intensity inteval training has made exercise possible for busy people.
An at-home colon cancer test may improve cancer detection and save lives, says a CU physician.