Black lung disease continues to plague coal mine workers, and a CU doctor says more research will help better determine risk factors.
A huge British study reinforces an earlier CU study that shows coffee drinkers live longer.
A CU research trial will test a drug that could reverse type 1 diabetes in some patients.
Two approved treatments for children with type 2 diabetes do not slow the progression of the disease, researchers say.
CU physicians are heading up a research trial to test a new drug to treat moderate to severe eczema.
National Institutes of Health funding for Down syndrome research increased 65 percent this year.
The family of a patient who died after an anaplastic thyroid cancer diagnosis helped raised funds that have improved treatment for other patients.
“Prediabetes is diabetes,” CU's Leigh Perreault, MD, told Endocrine Today. “The time is now to take action."
A research study showing that high protein diets might mar heart health is a good reason to eat a balanced diet, CU scientists say.
The recommended age for colonoscopies dropped five years partly due to the work of a CU researcher.
Research by physician-scientists at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus offers hope for improved quality of life for people who rely on intravenous nutrition due to intestinal damage.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado and the CU School of Medicine have found that taking a specially formulated antioxidant-enriched multivitamin may decrease respiratory illnesses in people with cystic fibrosis.
Providing suboptimal care to undocumented patients causes physician burnout and moral distress, a CU professor's study shows.
Oncologists often recommend pot to ease cancer's side effects, but most don't feel they know enough about the drug and its effects, and research is lacking to show whether the drug is safe for cancer patients.
During menopause, women's fat moves to the waistline, which increases the risk of many diseases including stroke and diabetes.