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Community Newsroom


Firearm Training For Physicians

CU's groundbreaking training for emergency physicians aims to arm them with information when talking to patients about gun safety.

Developmental Disability Health Education

Medical students around the country, including CU, are learning to treat the needs of patients with intellectual and developmenta disabilities.

Male Doctors Disappearing from OB-GYN

A patient preference for female OB-GYNs is causing male medical students to avoid the specialty. A CU physician says the trend hurts the specialty.

Micro Hospitals Are The Future

Micro hospitals offer their patients good care in small facilities at a lower cost but with fewer technology options, a CU expert says.

Better Hearing Tests for Newborns

A Children's Hospital Colorado audiologist who was born with severe hearing loss is advocating for better newborn screening and follow up care.

New Allergy Clinic Opens

Children's Hospital Colorado has opened one of the largest allergy and immunology centers in the country.

New STEM School for Campus

A school for sixth- through 12th graders studying science, technology, engineering and math will open by 2019 next to campus, where research and laboratories will extend students' learning opportunities.

Hide Button Batteries From Kids

Doctors at Children's Hospital Colorado say kids are getting sick and dying after swallowing button batteries.

Minimal Exercise Can Help

Exercise. Even doing less than the 2.5 hours a week recommended for good health is still helpful, a CU physician says.

Over-training Prevents Fat Loss

“Most recreational cyclists are doing too much high intensity training and they’re not getting leaner or faster,” CU researcher Iñigo San Millán says. “Many of your rides should be in Zone 2."

'Request a Woman Scientist' Website

A neuroscience postdoc helped create the website Request a Woman Scientist to help media and other organizations find women experts.

Testing the Detox Theory

A CU physician says your body does a bang-up job detoxifying your body, but a magazine's staffers tried five different detox diets to see if they felt any better afterward.

Giant VA Hospital Opening Soon

The big new Veteran's Administration hospital complex will open next to Anschutz Medical Campus by mid-year.

High Flu Case Hospitalization Rate

More people are being hospitalized with the flu this year than this time in the last five years.

Teens And Their Phones

How much should parents control their teenager's cell phone use?