• Invasive procedures best used for subgroup of acid reflux patients

    Behavioral modification, low dose anti-depressants may be better options

    May 8, 2018
    David Kelly
  • Issues of dementia and gun ownership need more discussion

    When should families, physicians and caregivers talk to dementia patients about giving up firearms?

    May 7, 2018
    David Kelly
  • CU Anschutz wins $46.5 million NIH grant

    Renewal grant for CCTSI to accelerate research discoveries

    April 26, 2018
    Guest Contributor
    Anschutz Medical Campus
  • Study shows prenatal cannabis use associated with low birth weights

    The study, led by Colorado School of Public Health, shows a 50 percent increase in low birth weights among women who use cannabis during pregnancy

    April 23, 2018
    David Kelly
  • CU Anschutz scientists awarded $3.8 million DOD grant

    Underlines promise of potential stem cell treatments for chronic skin wounds

    April 13, 2018
    Guest Contributor
    Dr. Dennis Roop
  • Vascular problems associated with symptoms of menopause

    CU Anschutz researchers find common symptoms of menopause associated with vascular aging across menopause

    A new study shows that more frequent and severe menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, sleep disturbance, loss of sexual interest, weight gain and other quality of life measures, were associated with markers of vascular aging, according to researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.… Full Story

    April 11, 2018
    David Kelly
  • Those living near oil and gas facilities may have higher health risks

    Study led by Colorado School of Public Health shows hazardous air pollutant levels measured along the Northern Front Range exceed levels that could affect health

    April 9, 2018
    David Kelly
    Oil well in Colorado
  • Shaping behavior effective in boosting vaccination rates

    Doctor reminders, prompts, reducing barriers can lead to more immunizations

    April 4, 2018
    David Kelly
    vaccination photo
  • Lack of self-awareness among doctors when prescribing opioids

    ED physicians underestimated how often they prescribed opioids, rate decreased when they saw actual data

    As health providers struggle to curb the epidemic of opioid abuse, researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the University of Massachusetts Medical School have found that 65 percent of emergency department (ED) physicians surveyed underestimated how often they prescribed the highly addictive pain killers to patients.… Full Story

    March 27, 2018
    David Kelly