CU researchers have identified genetic variants that make some people very susceptible to middle ear infections.
Bystanders are much less likely to perform CPR on a woman than a man, a CU study shows.
Just 15 percent of youths receive help from their health care providers when transferring to adult care, according to a CU researcher.
A cholesterol-lowering drug reduces the chance of heart attacks and strokes in patients who've recently suffered an attack, CU scientists say.
People with type 1 diabetes may be more likely to develop potentially fatal complications when they use marijuana, a CU study shows.
A CU study shows that traces of marijuana can be found in breast milk for weeks after the mother smokes the drug.
A Children's Hospital Colorado doctor says a new way to treat food allergies could be approved within a year.
CU researchers have found that muscle-building proteins hold clues to the development of ALS and muscle degeneration.
Older women need to have babies at least a year apart to avoid endangering their own health and that of their children, a CU physician says.
The neurologic effects and treatment options for exposure to biologic and chemical agents are outlined in a newly published article by CU neurologists who collaborated with military physicians.
A new drug cocktail could immensely improve symptoms for cystic fibrosis patients, a CU doctor says.
Gut microbiota in toddlers can help identify children who will become obese as they grow, a CU researcher says.
CU researchers have conducted one of the first full-scale studies to assess the effectiveness of in-home physical therapy care for patients who have had knee replacement surgery.
An international research team led by CU has identified a genetic connection between rheumatoid arthritis-associated interstitial lung disease and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Women whose diet includes a lot of animal fat may experience some increased fertility if they add omega-3 fatty acids through nutritional supplements and fish.