Oncologists often recommend pot to ease cancer's side effects, but most don't feel they know enough about the drug and its effects, and research is lacking to show whether the drug is safe for cancer patients.
During menopause, women's fat moves to the waistline, which increases the risk of many diseases including stroke and diabetes.
A CU researcher at Denver Health found that 70 percent of marijuana dispensaries promote the use of pot for morning sickness.
The long term damage of alcohol has been studied for years, but marijuana's effects are still a mystery, CU researchers say.
Encourage your kids to have device-free social interactions and outdoor playtime, a CU pediatrician says.
Putting opioids in blister packs instead of bottles has prevented overdoses in toddlers, a CU physician says.
Some people respond better physically to easier workouts than they do to pushing themselves to the max, a CU researcher says.
Obese teens who had bariatric surgery lost an average of 97 pounds in two years, a Children's Hospital Colorado study shows. Teens with conventional medical treatment gained 13 pounds.
Emergency hospital visits in Colorado have spiked for teens with pot-related illnesses, CU research shows.
Girls with type 2 diabetes are more likely to have menstrual disorders that can jeopardize their health, a CU researcher says.
Supplements claiming adrenal support to boost energy may contain hormones and steroids that can be dangerous, a CU researcher says.
The National Institutes of Health awarded $46.5 million to a CU research partnership designed to speed up development of new treatments to address the greatest health needs of Coloradans.
A new study of treatment options for military veterans with chronic pain has determined that care practices at Veterans Health Administration facilities vary widely and could contribute to a veteran’s likelihood of using opioids.
Many women accumulate belly fat as they age, and a CU physician says an imbalance between male and female hormones could be the reason.
Children's Hospital Colorado doctors helped test a marijuana drug that could soon be used to treat a rare form of childhood epilepsy.