A new study indicating that black and white women have different risk factors for heart disease shows how much more research is needed globally, a CU researcher says.
A CU study shows that most BASE jumpers have witnessed a death or catastrophic injury of a fellow jumper. But a new study shows that these same athletes are not impulsive thrill-seekers.
Infants who live at high altitude have a greater risk of sudden infant death syndrome, a CU study shows.
The brains of teens who drank "normal" amounts showed shrinkage in the areas affecting learning, emotional development and self-control, a CU psychiatrist says.
CU's Tim Byers, MD, MPH, says researchers need to study the link between cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Your eye color can mean you are more or less likely to develop certain diseases.
A CU research team will receive a $2 million funding grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to study offering palliative care to patients with Parkinson’s disease.
CU researchers say a clinical study on children shows promise for a vaccine that could prevent type 1 diabetes.
The incidence of a potentially life-threatening complication of diabetes increased by 55 percent between 1998 and 2012 in Colorado youth, a CU study shows.
Confused about all the conflicting cholesterol reports? You're not alone, a CU researcher says.
An Indian company that has developed a genetic sequencing test that analyzes cancer tumors and provides potential treatment options has moved its U.S. headquarters next to campus.
The new Gates Biomanufacturing Facility will accelerate scientific discoveries to reach patients quicker.
A CU professor says Burning Mouth Syndrome is common in postmenopausal women and can have different causes.
A $1.5 million gift from the Connor Family Foundation will help CU researchers find treatments for young women with breast cancer.
A team from the Anschutz Medical Campus won the top prize in the Innovations Competition at the Society of Hospital Medicine meeting in Washington, D.C., in late March.