• Breast milk hormones found to impact bacteria in infants’ guts

    Intestinal microbiome of children born to obese mothers significantly different from those born to mothers of healthy weight, CU Anschutz researchers find

    A new University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus study finds that hormones in breast milk may impact the development of healthy bacteria in infants’ guts, potentially protecting them from intestinal inflammation, obesity and other diseases later in life.… Full Story

    May 4, 2016
    Nathan Gill
  • Dr. Holly Wyatt of CU Anschutz Writes Forward to New Book

    Explores Inner Motivations for Transformative Weight Loss

    April 14, 2016
    Nathan Gill
  • Boot Camp Translation cuts medical jargon, improves community health

    Medical guidelines use language not always understood by patients, making it difficult to choose treatment

    April 7, 2016
    Nathan Gill
    Jack Westfall
  • National Public Health Week

    Events begin April 2 at CU Anschutz

    To recognize National Public Health Week, students at the Colorado School of Public Health have organized events at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus so that everyone can engage in and support key public health issues.… Full Story

    March 31, 2016
    Nathan Gill
  • History of Falling Increases Crash Risk by 40 Percent

    Preventing falls for older drivers can make roads safer

    Older drivers with a history of falling are 40 percent more likely to be involved in crashes than their peers, according to a new study released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.… Full Story

    March 25, 2016
    Nathan Gill
  • Antibiotics before age 2 increase obesity risk

    3 or more courses of antibiotics increases childhood obesity risk

    While early antibiotic use has been associated with a number of rare long-term health consequences, new research links antibiotics to one of the most important and growing public health problems worldwide — obesity.… Full Story

    March 24, 2016
    Nathan Gill