Acute Myeloid Leukemia is rare but deadly. But a new treatment that targets stem cells is putting patients into remission.
Study shows marijuana's bad effects are landing more people in the hospital. In 2012, the University of Colorado Health ER saw an average of one patient every other day with a marijuana-caused problem. By 2016, the count was two to three per day.
The analysis is based on 2016 data from the 15 states that reported the reasons given for using marijuana.
University of Colorado Anschutz scientists are using a driving simulator to find out how drugged driving affects people individually.
New research shows that bacteria found in soil from rural areas may help ease allergies and even psychiatric issues.
Even though there haven't been rigorous human studies with CBD, the market for the purportedly anxiety- and pain-relieving, THC-free marijuana product is already huge.
Susan Potter donated her body to science. The University of Colorado's Center for Human Simulation will digitize her body to be studied for generations to come.
Carson Bruns is developing a UV- and heat-sensitive tattoo ink that can detect a fever and potentially other health conditions in the future.
Dr. Dick Fulton is a retired radiologist who has patents for 50 medical devices, with number 51 on the way.
Pregnant women who use cannabis are more likely to have babies who weigh less, and possibly adverse brain development.