A $1.5 million gift from a CU professor who died 70 years ago will fund research at the CU Department of Orthopedics.
Maintaining weight loss is a battle most people lose, and the causes need further study, an NIH group led by a CU faculty member says.
CU researchers were awarded six grants to study marijuana including trials comparing marijuana to Oxycodone and another to test its effect on irritable bowel syndrome.
Are some carbohydrates healthier than others? A CU physician says new studies contradict older ones.
Hospitalized geriatric patients visited by trained volunteers experienced improvements in mood, orientation and calmness, a CU study has found.
A melanoma diagnosis used to be a death sentence, but a recently approved drug has changed that.
Families with sick children are moving to Colorado for marijuana therapy, but a new study casts doubts on its effectiveness.
People living in poor neighborhoods are less likely to call 911 or perform CPR and now CU researchers know why.
CU researchers say a common asthma drug might be key to mitigating the effects of concussions.
If you're going to drink alcohol, make it red wine, CU researchers say.
Blue-eyed, red-haired children who take frequent waterside vacations have a higher risk of developing melanoma later in life, CU researchers have learned.
Anschutz researchers received funding for six marijuana research studies including three to determine the effects of pot on young patients.
Patients with nonobstructive coronary disease are often sent home without treatment. But CU researchers say effects of ignoring the disease can be devastating.
A CU psychiatry fellow has developed a screening instrument to diagnose orthorexia nervosa, a disorder in which patients grow ill by becoming obsessed with healthy food.
Physicians don't ask patients about exposure to second-hand smoke, says a CU doctor. But they need to.