Have you ever wondered how hard you'd have to work out to burn off calories from Thanksgiving dinner?
Pre-bedtime screen time can cause night terrors for young children, a CU pediatrician says.
Most physicians say they lack training to treat patients with eating disorders, a CU physician says.
Visiting dogs bring smiles to patients at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Members of the Department of Emergency Medicine have developed a multifaceted effort aimed at increasing diversity among medical residents.
Denver Broncos and University of Colorado Health want male fans to get healthier by eating right and getting medical screenings.
iSurvive, a program to support cancer survivors in rural eastern Colorado, is winning accolades internationally.
Students reveal secret places where they hide drugs from parents and teachers.
Lewy body dementia, the type suffered by comedian Robin Williams, is the second most common type of dementia, a CU physician says.
CU emergency doctors want more people to have access to a drug that can save lives by reversing opioid overdose effects.
An Aurora councilwoman wants CU leaders to encourage Anschutz Medical Campus workers and students to live nearby.
Hot flashes are probably linked to depression in menopausal women, a CU physician says.
Parents worried about marijuana edibles ending up in a Halloween bag should know that pot candy smells different than other candy, a university health physician says.
A CU physician says annual physical exams are unnecessary for healthy adults, and can actually do more damage than good.
A local physician's donation will ensure that medical students will learn about the role physicians played in the Holocaust.