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WATCH: The Denver Post’s Understanding Alzheimer’s panel conversation

The Denver Post’s Jessica Seaman moderated a panel with some of Colorado’s leading experts on Alzheimer’s disease on Thursday night at The Denver Post building in downtown Denver. Panelist...

The Denver Post

Elementary school student's recently published book inspired by award-winning Colorado Springs teacher

Alex was encouraged to compile his thoughts into a book by his grandma, Karen Halverson, director of teacher education, licensure programs and field placement in the College of Education at the...

The Gazette

Colorado has the highest per-capita rate of skin cancer, thanks to sunshine and high elevation

“A good reason that Colorado does pretty well is that it’s a pretty healthy place,” said Dr. Myles Cockburn, co-leader of the University of Colorado Cancer Center’s Cancer Prevention and Control...

The Colorado Sun

Alzheimer’s disease creeps from one generation to the next in this Colorado family

Whether a couple get the disease at the same time or one after another is “the luck of the draw,” says Dr. Jonathan Woodcock, clinical director of the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center at...

The Denver Post

How Anger and Loneliness Affect Your Physical Health

The way we view our bodies can also impact the way we experience anger. “Body image is such a central way that girls are evaluated in our society that we constantly compare ourselves to idealized...

Allure Magazine

Concern over shutdown mounting at CU Boulder, where majority of research funding comes from federal government

"We find out every week about more places that are impacted, and we're looking at how to figure out how to have stop-gaps in place to address that," said Terri Fiez, CU's vice chancellor for...

Daily Camera

$4 billion CU campaign not enough for President Bruce Benson

"No, I’m never satisfied," Benson told DBJ just hours after the official Thursday announcement. "You always have to keep reaching further and further and further … I want the school to be the...

Denver Business Journal

University of Colorado launches interactive state map of outreach efforts

The map details where CU-affiliated programs and health care providers work around the state, and users can filter it by county, topic, Congressional district, and state house and senate districts...

Daily Camera

CU Boulder ranks among top LGBTQ-friendly schools

"I'm delighted that CU Boulder has been recognized this year by College Consensus as one of the top 25 LGBTQ-inclusive universities in the nation," Scarlet Bowen, director of education at the CU...

Denver Business Journal

‘It’s Not Too Late’: Free Flu Shots Given Out At Stock Show

Students from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy helped give free flu shots at the National Western Stock Show Saturday. The shots came just as the number of diagnosed cases of...

CBS 4 Denver

Two CU Denver grad students among finalists for $50,000 grant to make school zones safer

Two University of Colorado Denver grad students have set their sights on the intersection of Leetsdale Drive and South Monaco. They want to make that intersection safer for high school students...

7 News

Eastern Plains Program Brings New Understanding Of Opioid Crisis To Coloradans

"We recognize there are many different ways to approach the problem of opioid use disorder, this focuses on treatment and how to increase the capacity in rural practices and communities to be able...

KUNC

For a happier 2019, stop focusing on happiness, CU Boulder professor says

To make 2019 your best year yet, one University of Colorado professor offers a contradictory piece of advice: Stop striving to be happy. June Gruber, an assistant professor in the Department of...

Daily Camera

CU's term-limited regents Steve Ludwig, Kyle Hybl to leave board after 12 years

In the midst of the search for President Bruce Benson's replacement, the University of Colorado's Board of Regents will swear in two new regents. In early January, they will replace two regents...

Daily Camera

Fruit fly brain cells give CC, UCCS researchers insight on neurological disorders

Fruit flies and the worms, called C. elegans, were ideal subjects — not only for ethical reasons, but also because the scientists have developed an “unparalleled ability” to manipulate their DNA...

The Gazette

New research compares administrative structures for instructional design

New research from Jason Drysdale, director of instructional design and program development at the University of Colorado Denver, examines three models for situating instructional design within an...

Inside Higher Ed

CU Boulder Faculty Assembly encourages campus to mitigate bias in student evaluations

University of Colorado faculty leaders are continuing to provide input on student evaluations of instructors, which they say have the potential for bias, while emphasizing that the evaluations...

Daily Camera

CU Boulder study finds imagination could be as effective as reality

After confronting the fear enough times in your head, your mind may stop reacting to it and you could find there's not much fear left at all, according to a new study from researchers at...

Daily Camera

UCHealth Goes the Extra Mile to Protect Patients During Flu Season

“We are expecting to start seeing more cases of the flu in the coming weeks as people are around more people than usual for holiday shopping, gatherings and travel,” according to Dr. Jean Kutner,...

Longmont Observer

CU Boulder turns focus to Mars

Just over a week after the arrival of the InSight lander on the surface of Mars, the University of Colorado is hosting an evening event focused on exploration of the red planet. The Tuesday night...

Daily Camera

Experts Detail Proposals to Improve Clinician Well-being

Marc Moss, MD, vice chair of clinical research at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (UCSM) in Aurora, noted that burnout is an occupational health problem and said it needs to be...

Medscape

OPINION: #ThisIsOurLane in Colorado, too

But we are not anti-gun. And we know that no one — not gun owners, nor non-owners — wants to lose a loved one to firearm violence. The most important thing is not us, but how we might make the...

The Denver Post

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