University of Colorado School of Medicine

Emails Reveal Coke's Role In Anti-Obesity Group Led By CU ProfessorA nonprofit founded to combat obesity says the $1.5 million it received from Coke has no influence on its work.
University Of Colorado School Of Medicine Returns $1 Million From CokeThe University of Colorado School of Medicine is returning a $1 million contribution from Coca-Cola to start a group that says it's dedicated to ending obesity.
Children Find A 'Bright Space' While Siblings Are In Intensive Care At CU HospitalWhen a newborn needs intensive care parents spend countless hours in the hospital. Brothers and sisters may get tired of tagging along. But one local hospital has created a cure for sibling boredom. It's a rec room and a refuge ... a brand new "bright space."
Study Finds There May Be Benefits To Morning SicknessMorning sickness can make moms-to-be miserable, but new research shows it may actually be beneficial for the baby.
Parkinson's And Exercise: CU Study Aims To Show Disease ProgressionSome researchers in Colorado want to know if exercise can slow the progression of Parkinson's disease. They're studying newly diagnosed patients who have not been placed on medication.
CU Researching Why Exercise Doesn't Work For EveryoneResearchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine are trying to figure out why exercise helps some people lose weight, but leaves others frustrated.
Expert: Malnourished Boys Face Long RecoveryFour undernourished Colorado boys who were living in squalor and unable to speak face a long and uncertain path to recovery, an expert said, but there is at least some hope for their future.
Colorado Researchers Break New Ground In Schizophrenia PreventionResearchers in Colorado have broken new ground in the prevention of schizophrenia after giving a brain boosting supplement to pregnant women and newborns.
Health Care Costs Spur Push For Wellness ProgramsMichelle Ebert played basketball, volleyball, tennis and softball in high school. But she gained weight after college while building her career with a firm that helps other companies manage customer service, often working 14-hour days.
CU Medical Students Got The Beat In ChoirChristina Bishop has plenty of practice when it comes to dealing with the logistics of putting together a working choir.
Woman Learned Hard Way About Dangers Of Low Blood Sugar & DrivingPeople with diabetes need to make day-to-day and often hour-to-hour decisions to manage the condition. Just one slip up can be life-threatening, especially behind the wheel of a car.
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