University Of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Hundreds of Colorado moms and their babies are taking part in a comprehensive study that looks at how obesity develops in babies.
A psychiatrist took the stand on Thursday to discuss his sessions with the Aurora theater shooting gunman. During his testimony, a defense attorney challenged the doctor about whether he did enough to diagnose and treat James Holmes before the attack.
She is considered one of the most important witnesses to take the stand in the Aurora theater shooting trial; Dr. Lynne Fenton, the psychiatrist who treated James Holmes in the months leading up to the deadly shooting, testified on Tuesday.
For the first time, Pat Bowlen’s daughter shared with CBS4’s Brooke Rogers her journey and her hope to make the Alzheimer’s fight part of a new kind of winning strategy.
Visitors to the National Western come mainly for the livestock. The Stock Show is where even city slickers can be cowboys for the day. It’s also a place where cowboys and others can get a city service for free.
An Aurora city councilwoman and a real estate agent are working to get owners of apartments near the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to take advantage of a tax incentive to rehabilitate their buildings and sell units as condominiums.
Could studying Down syndrome help unlock the mystery of Alzheimer’s disease? Researchers are now investigating why people with Down syndrome are at a high risk for Alzheimer’s.
Transportation officials have agreed to relocate a planned light rail station along Interstate 225, so that vibrations and electromagnetic interference won’t affect sensitive research equipment at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
As many as 10,000 children suffer from multiple sclerosis. Now researchers around the nation have begun a study to find what in their environments and genetics may have triggered a disease at a young age.
Anyone who drives around the former Fitzsimons Medical Campus in Aurora knows traffic there can be a mess, but finally there will be a little relief.