Researchers have identified two significant genes associated with measures of human facial size and have identified 10 additional candidates for location of genes affecting human facial shape.
CU researchers received an $800,000 grant to study neural communication that could help patients suffering from stroke, Parkinson's and other neurological conditions.
Colorado researchers are studying the effect of marijuana on different diseases, but CU researchers say the process is a struggle
Isolation is a more likely cause of suicide at high elevations than hypoxia, a CU researcher says.
CU School of Medicine researchers have published a study showing that sleep apnea worsens non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in obese adolescents.
A CU researcher and colleagues have conducted the first-ever survey of physicians on the validity of “abusive head trauma” as a medical diagnosis.
CU scientists studying mosquito-borne West Nile virus have added the Zika virus to their research in hopes of someday creating a vaccine.
Many physicians struggle to diagnose cardiac arrest and the delay can negatively impact resuscitation efforts.
Researchers from CU and the University of Geneva have explained a previously unrecognized cellular process that could help understand some causes of cancer and other illnesses.
A study showing women have a higher chance of developing diabetes, stroke and heart disease before menopause underscores the need for regular checkups, says a CU doctor.
A $1 million award to CU's Huntington Potter, PhD, will expand his research into the role of inflammation in Alzheimer's disease.
CU scientists collaborating with an Argentinian researcher have made progress in the fight against colorectal cancer.
Patients at CU's Headache Clinic are testing a device that has reduced the number and severity of migraines in most patients.
Two-thirds of Americans say doctors should ask patients about gun ownership and safety, a CU study shows.
The number of children exposed to marijuana has increased 150 percent since the drug was legalized in Colorado.