Oxygen use does not boost survival for most people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and moderately low levels of blood oxygen, CU researchers say.
Self-harm was the leading cause of pregnancy-associated deaths in Colorado from 2004 to 2014, ahead of car crashes, medical conditions and homicide, CU researchers say.
Type 1 diabetes patients with elevated albumin in their urine had three times the risk of life-threatening kidney and cardiac disease as those with normal levels, CU researchers say.
CU researchers have found higher mortality rates among hospitalized patients during routine transitions of care from one medical resident to another.
A newly developed and nutrition-dense purple potato could prevent diseases including cancer, heart disease and cataracts.
Physicians need to pay attention to the cost patients pay for prescription drugs, which can fluctuate wildly depending on the pharmacy.
Children's Hospital Colorado is taking part in the country's largest autism study to try to learn what genes may play a role in the condition.
Short bursts of activity help mood and energy levels of people with otherwise sedentary lives, CU researchers say.
Smokers with diabetes are twice as likely to die an early death than smokers who don't have the disease, CU researchers say.
High doses of vitamin D lower the odds of respiratory illness in older patients in long-term care facilities.
A new type of medicine lowers bad LDL cholesterol, but a CU doctor says more studies will show whether it actually prevents heart attacks and strokes.
Researchers have found that even mild postoperative pulmonary complications are significantly associated with increased death within the first week after surgery.
A strong association between a genetic mutation and a rare kind of heart muscle disease has been discovered by researchers at CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
Researchers have found basic molecular processes used by the Zika virus to “hijack” the cells that it infects and potentially how it makes molecules that are directly linked to disease.
Ancient Egyptian mummies that underwent CT scans at Children's Hospital Colorado show the women's fashion and hygiene secrets as well as their age at death.