A CU researcher has received a rare grant to study suicide gun deaths, but some experts say more funding to study gun violence may become available following the latest school shooting in Florida.
A CU study into the effects of CBD oil on Parkinson's patients shows that it helps relieve some symptoms, a researcher says.
CU researchers are using hospital data to determine which patients are most likely to continue using opioids after discharge.
Hospital-associated infections have been dropping in the past few years thanks to better technology.
A study requiring MS patients to participate in a special balance and eye-movement program helped improve balance.
A virus that most commonly causes respiratory symptoms may, in the worst cases, be leading to paralysis in children through infection of the spinal cord, CU researchers say.
People who inconsistently work at night may experience blood sugar irregularities leading to diabetes.
“Time just doesn’t magically heal,” says a CU psychiatrist who warns that the effects of child abuse can last a lifetime.
As more and more older patients are offered advanced treatments for chronic diseases, including surgeries and implantable devices, new questions have arisen over how these decisions are made.
Patients with chronic heart failure face related problems, such as depression and fatigue, that could be relieved by an expanded model of care, a CU study shows.
Patients with terminal cancer may be less able to make crucial decisions about their care than health providers believe, a CU researcher says.
Spray cleaners damage your lungs as much as smoking cigarettes. A CU physician suggests wearing a mask when cleaning.
Enrollment into studies testing the world's first non-surgical gastric balloon has begun at University of Colorado Hospital.
Can you be healthy if you're overweight? Not obese - just overweight? Exercise and diet can help, but weighing more than you should is risky for your health, a CU doctor says.
A drug commonly used to control high blood pressure may also help prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes in up to 60 percent of those at risk, according to researchers at CU and the University of Florida.