Children's Hospital Colorado is one of a handful of hospitals to use a new immunotherapy treatment for a common form of cancer.
A low supply of ovarian eggs is not an indication that a woman will have fertility problems, doctors say.
Climate change spurs outbreaks of infectious diseases like malaria, dengue fever and Zika, CU researchers say.
The family of an internationally known poet with Down syndrome has donated her brain to CU to help research linking Down syndrome to Alzheimer's disease.
A CU pediatrician welcomes the arrival of pharmaceutical-grade hemp-derived extracts to help children with epilepsy.
Using cells from a baby's own heart, CU researchers are creating patches to repair fatal heart defects that will grow along with the baby.
CU researchers have found that a community-based program aimed at high users of hospital emergency departments reduced ED visits and hospital admissions.
CU researchers have won a $2 million grant allowing them to refine a unique microscope they have developed while expanding its use to other scientists across the country.
CU scientists say a process that protects the body from autoimmune disease appears to prevent it from creating antibodies that can neutralize the HIV-1 virus, a finding that could possibly help lead to a vaccine.
Lack of sleep, exercise and healthy food can cause mental and physical health problems in children, doctors say.
Psoriasis tends to worsen in winter months partly because of less sun exposure, a CU researcher says.
CU researchers traveled Colorado to check the availability of the "morning after pill" and found many pharmacies required IDs or kept it locked in the pharmacy. Others did not stock the drug.
CU surgeons are researching an implant designed to relieve lower back pain.
A CU researcher will study whether DHEA increases the effect of exercise on bone and muscle in postmenopausal women.
Women in STEM research are less likely to hold prominent author positions and are less often cited than male researchers, a CU study shows.