Engineering students at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs have adapted Xbox technology to help stroke victims regain movement.
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Two reporters who covered the deadliest food-borne illness outbreak in modern American history share their food safety tips in a new book.
A CU study says waste water produced during the processing of palm oil is a significant source of methane and bad for the climate. But researchers say the leaky gas could be captured and used as a renewable energy source.
Colorado doctors are trying to get a handle on the state's high rate of prescription drug abuse, in part by improving what some say is an incomplete statewide prescription database.
States are legalizing marijuana even though there's no clear understanding of its impact on health. The drug hasn't been subjected to the kind of rigorous medical research that would find that out.
The maker of NuvaRing is trying to settle with thousands of families who say young women died or were injured from using the estrogen-based product.
Doctors are supposed to wash their hands before touching a patient. But that stethoscope draped around the doctor's neck may be loaded with bacteria, too. Cleaning it would help, researchers say.
The bill would ban children under age 18 from using commercial tanning salons.
Researchers have patented a microchip with tiny tubes that mimic blood vessels and blood flow. The technology, which is still in the lab, holds promise for improving medical treatment for people with blood disorders.
In addition to a drop in the number of individuals infected with HIV, fewer Coloradans who have HIV go on to develop AIDS.