Diabetics are much more likely to develop heart disease than other patients, a CU physician says.
"The days of Marcus Welby, M.D., and Norman Rockwell seem like a very long time ago," CU's Marc Moss, MD, told a group of national leaders gathered to combat burnout among doctors and nurses.
Parents need to use caution when deciding whether their children should eat gluten-free, physicians say.
Fast food can be part of a healthy diet if you make good choices, a CU nutritionist says.
A CU doctor lists 10 easy ways to know if you're dehydrated.
One in five American children are obese. Follow these tips from a CU doctor to help your kids stay healthy.
Women with high blood pressure can safely take certain types of birth control pills, a CU physician says.
Standing has some small benefits over sitting, a CU postdoctoral fellow tells the New York Times, but not enough to make a long subway ride healthy.
Advocates trying to discourage early anatomical surgery for children born with atypical sex organs and genitalia applaud the SOAR Clinic at Children's Hospital Colorado, which endorses individualized treatment.
CU School of Medicine, in partnership with PreMed StAR, has produced three videos that present the perspective of three African-American members of our academic community.
The health care community is constantly preparing for pandemics because a virulent virus would affect all aspects of our society, a CU infection prevention specialist says.
Women who don't get enough sleep are more likely to suffer from heart disease and diabetes.
Patients often get frustrated with the long recovery period for ACL surgery. But A CU doctor explains the recovery phases and encourages respect for the process.
Information about treatment cost should be part of the informed consent process between doctors and patients, a CU expert says.
Children can inhale water when swimming or bathing, leading to a sometimes-fatal condition called dry drowning that worsens over hours or even days.