A CU scientist says researchers are getting close to effective treatments for patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Failing to smell common substances like coffee and chocolate are reliable indicators of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
Anschutz Medical Campus attracted $516.2 million in sponsored research funding, more than any of the other CU campuses.
CU researchers have learned E. Coli and other strains of bacteria are more easily defeated if doctors use several medicines in lieu of a targeted treatment.
Even parents who are leery about vaccinations tend to favor schools that have high childhood immunization rates, CU researchers say.
UCHealth will take part in a nationwide research network to help patients take advantage of the best personalized medicine options.
A research team lead by faculty of CU School of Medicine have published a study that improves the understanding of the pain-sensing neurons that respond to tissue injury during surgery.
Physicians with personal experience with cancer are more likely to offer ovarian cancer screenings to women with low risk, a CU researcher has learned.
This summer's heatwaves have caused massive destruction, and a CU professor says they also may be causing fatal illnesses for people who work in the heat.
CU Cancer Center researchers are studying a new treatment to treat patients with a history of heavy smoking.
A CU doctor says older teenagers should be allowed to participate in adult cancer trials because physiologically they are similar to adults.
A CU researcher is looking into methods to help older patients diagnosed with HIV who often suffer unique health concerns partly because of a delay in diagnosis.
Researchers are studying the dangers of wildfire smoke, and a CU doctor says the effects could vary depending on what is burning.
Kenneth Tyler, MD, the Louise Baum Endowed Chair in Neurology at CU School of Medicine, is author of a review article about acute viral encephalitis in the current issue of The New England Journal of Medicine.
A newly published study by researchers from CU School of Medicine has identified a potential therapeutic target for treating obesity and diabetes.