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11 Jun 17:52

Do Stapleton neighborhood's wide streets make traffic more dangerous? - Westword (blog)


Do Stapleton neighborhood's wide streets make traffic more dangerous?
Westword (blog)
... Urbanist neighborhood where it's possible for drivers to go fifty, sixty or seventy miles per hour, then we've done something wrong," concludes study author Wesley Marshall, an assistant professor of civil engineering at the University of Colorado ...

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12 Jun 12:36

What You Need to Know About Diet Soda and Weight Loss - ABC News


ABC News

What You Need to Know About Diet Soda and Weight Loss
ABC News
The study's co-author, Dr. Jim Hill of the University of Colorado's Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, told CNN, “It makes sense that it would have been harder for the water group to adhere to the overall diet than the (artificially-sweetened ...

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12 Jun 15:18

Amy Van Dyken-Rouen tweeting, sitting up, recovering at Scottsdale Hospital ... - The Denver Channel


The Denver Channel

Amy Van Dyken-Rouen tweeting, sitting up, recovering at Scottsdale Hospital ...
The Denver Channel
... hear this term, 'severed spine,' that she's not going to walk again, but there's actually a reasonably good chance that she'll be able to walk again," said Dr. Venu Akuthota, a professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at University of ...

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09 Jun 21:39

Sinkhole science: What causes them? - 9NEWS.com


Sinkhole science: What causes them?
9NEWS.com
"Since water affects infrastructure, we have to see where are the important infrastructures," Dr. Nien-Yum Chang with the University of Colorado Denver said. "We [need to] monitor the important infrastructure. If infrastructure is performing ...

09 Jun 21:07

Aurora ranked best U.S. city for working women (Slideshow) - Denver Business Journal


Aurora ranked best U.S. city for working women (Slideshow)
Denver Business Journal
Stuart said the city maintains businesses that are already located there, such as the Anschutz Medical Campus and Buckley Air Force Base. “Aurora's aerospace, defense, healthcare, bioscience and renewable energy industries are great draws for educated ...

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04 Jun 21:27

Doctors Hesitate To Ask Heart Patients About End-Of-Life Plans - GPB


Doctors Hesitate To Ask Heart Patients About End-Of-Life Plans
GPB
"There are people I think are going to do well, and then they don't," says Dr. Larry Allen, a cardiologist at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center in Denver, who researches end-of-life expectations and care. "On the flip side, there are ...

09 Jun 14:19

Global Glow Festival showed how iPads can be treated like acoustic instruments - Westword (blog)


Global Glow Festival showed how iPads can be treated like acoustic instruments
Westword (blog)
Todd Reid, Percussion Area Coordinator at the University of Colorado Denver played his iPad alongside the students who comprise the CU Denver Mobile Device Ensemble. He hopes the festival inspired thinking about music in a new way, not in traditional ...

04 Jun 16:55

Eating breakfast may not matter for weight loss - CNN (blog)


Forbes

Eating breakfast may not matter for weight loss
CNN (blog)
There is good observational evidence to support breakfast's place on the menu, says Michelle Cardel, a co-author of the study from the University of Colorado Denver. Nearly 80% of people on the National Weight Control Registry, a group of more than 4 ...
The Breakfast Debate: New Study Determines Whether It Helps with Weight LossNewswise (press release)

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04 Jun 14:02

Extreme Weight Loss medical director Holly Wyatt blogs about mom & son ... - The Denver Channel


Extreme Weight Loss medical director Holly Wyatt blogs about mom & son ...
The Denver Channel
DENVER - Editor's note: ABC's Extreme Weight Loss is back for season four and this year participants will start their journey with a three-month boot camp at the University of Colorado's Anschutz Health and Wellness Center (AHWC). The non-competitive ...

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30 May 18:23

Stopping statins may benefit terminally ill patients - Medical Xpress


Medical Xpress

Stopping statins may benefit terminally ill patients
Medical Xpress
Researchers from the University of Colorado Cancer Center and the Palliative Care Research Cooperative Group report that discontinuing statins in patients with advanced illnesses resulted in improved overall quality of life, lower costs and no ...

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23 May 16:44

CODA Brewing marks grand opening in Aurora - The Denver Post (blog)


The Denver Post (blog)

CODA Brewing marks grand opening in Aurora
The Denver Post (blog)
“This has been a dream of mine forever and hopefully it will all come to fruition,” said Smith, who previously worked on the Anschutz campus designing cancer drugs in the CU Department of Pharmacology. “I'm getting great feedback on the beer.” The idea ...

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28 May 12:35

Scientists collect new data on how "tumor suppressor" gene works - News-Medical.net


Scientists collect new data on how "tumor suppressor" gene works
News-Medical.net
Scientists from the University of Colorado Cancer Center and the University of Colorado Boulder used a new technology to tease out how the p53 gene-which is responsible for recognizing damaged DNA in cells and then marking them for death-is actually ...

27 May 05:34

Diet soda helps weight loss, industry-funded study finds - CNN


CNN

Diet soda helps weight loss, industry-funded study finds
CNN
Dr. Jim Hill says he gets this question all the time from patients in his weight loss program at the University of Colorado's Anschutz Health and Wellness Center. Nutritionist: Diet soda studies unclear. Are diet sodas dangerous to your health? 10 ...

28 May 16:29

Extreme Weight Loss medical director Holly Wyatt blogs about Charita & Ty ... - The Denver Channel


Extreme Weight Loss medical director Holly Wyatt blogs about Charita & Ty ...
The Denver Channel
Editor's note: ABC's Extreme Weight Loss is back for season four and this year participants will start their journey with a three-month boot camp at the University of Colorado's Anschutz Health and Wellness Center (AHWC). The non-competitive TV show ...

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28 May 18:06

Technogym on Extreme Weight Loss TV - Club Industry (subscription)


Technogym on Extreme Weight Loss TV
Club Industry (subscription)
Each participant will spend the first 90 days of the weight loss journey at the renowned University of Colorado's Anschutz Health and Wellness Center (AHWC) in Aurora, CO, that is fully equipped with Technogym equipment and solutions. After this ...

19 May 13:22

Does Baker's Yeast Really Prevent You From Getting Drunk? - Forbes


Forbes

Does Baker's Yeast Really Prevent You From Getting Drunk?
Forbes
Robert A. Sclafani, Ph.D. is a professor of biochemistry at the University of Colorado Denver's Anschutz Medical Campus and president of Brewgenes Consulting Co. Credit: University of Colorado, Department of Biochemistry. Making hangovers worse?

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21 May 15:21

Drinkable Sunscreen 30 SPF UV-Canceling Water but Experts Skeptical - Guardian Liberty Voice


Guardian Liberty Voice

Drinkable Sunscreen 30 SPF UV-Canceling Water but Experts Skeptical
Guardian Liberty Voice
Dr. Theresa R. Pacheco from the Department of Dermatology at the Anschutz Medical Campus of the University of Colorado also says that she does not know why this would work, and that there is no skin scientific framework for understanding it. Lack of ...

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15 May 20:53

Enrollment dips at Colorado universities, but they're hopeful of future increases - Denver Business Journal


Enrollment dips at Colorado universities, but they're hopeful of future increases
Denver Business Journal
Raul Cardenas, associate vice chancellor for student affairs at CU Denver, universities often lose students from fall to spring, “but we want to be the school of choice for Colorado.” CU Denver's strategy involves going after not just the top 10-15 ...

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20 May 08:03

People on the move, 5/20 - The Denver Post


People on the move, 5/20
The Denver Post
Dr. Kathryn L. Mueller, professor at University of Colorado School of Medicine and Colorado School of Public Health has been named the president of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. • Adolfson & Peterson Construction ...

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18 May 21:23

Softballers Face A Fielder's Choice: When To Wear A Face Mask? - NPR


Softballers Face A Fielder's Choice: When To Wear A Face Mask?
NPR
Dawn Comstock of the University of Colorado Denver has been researching high school sports injuries. If you want to know how many girls got a concussion playing softball last year, she can tell you: close to 8,000. She says, "Pitchers and third basemen ...

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19 May 13:02

Pair of new studies aims to improve maternal and child health in Kenya - UAB News


UAB News

Pair of new studies aims to improve maternal and child health in Kenya
UAB News
This study is being conducted in collaboration with KEMRI and the University of Colorado, Denver. Maximizing adherence and retention in the context of Option B+ in Kenya will support the recent rollout in Kenya of the current World Health Organization ...

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19 May 13:22

Does Baker's Yeast Really Prevent You From Getting Drunk? - Forbes


Forbes

Does Baker's Yeast Really Prevent You From Getting Drunk?
Forbes
“My main question is, 'Has anyone ever repeated Owades experiments?,'” asks Robert A. Sclafani, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry and molecular biology graduate program director at the University of Colorado Denver's School of Medicine. Sclafani also ...

19 May 16:03

Legacy of Paul Sandoval also includes a CU Cancer Center scholarship in his ... - The Colorado Statesman


The Colorado Statesman

Legacy of Paul Sandoval also includes a CU Cancer Center scholarship in his ...
The Colorado Statesman
The scholarship established in his name will go to a graduate student at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, where Sandoval received treatment. Either one $20,000 or two $10,000 scholarships are expected to be awarded each academic ...

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19 May 17:40

Softballers Face A Fielder's Choice: When To Wear A Face Mask? - WLRN


Softballers Face A Fielder's Choice: When To Wear A Face Mask?
WLRN
Dawn Comstock of the University of Colorado Denver has been researching high school sports injuries. If you want to know how many girls got a concussion playing softball last year, she can tell you: close to 8,000. She says, "Pitchers and third basemen ...

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19 May 18:01

Delaying Measles-Related Vaccines May Raise Seizure Risk: Study - HealthDay


Delaying Measles-Related Vaccines May Raise Seizure Risk: Study
HealthDay
MONDAY, May 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Delaying certain routine immunizations past the first 15 months of life could boost the risk of fever-related seizures, new research suggests. The risk appears very small, and the brief seizures -- due to fevers ...

14 May 11:06

A Heartwarming Sendoff for Denver's Market Street Station—In Graffiti - The Atlantic Cities


The Atlantic Cities

A Heartwarming Sendoff for Denver's Market Street Station—In Graffiti
The Atlantic Cities
“When Market Street Station opened in the 1970s, it was at the northern end of the business district,” in the area now known as LoDo, explains University of Colorado Denver instructor Ken Schroeppel. “Back then, Lower Downtown was skid row. No one went ...

14 May 15:15

My Midlife Crisis: How I Became the Karate Kid at 50 - Everyday Health


My Midlife Crisis: How I Became the Karate Kid at 50
Everyday Health
I reached out to a researcher, Dr. Inigo San Millan, who runs the Human Performance Laboratory at CU Denver and whose expertise is improving the performance of athletes. Based on his assessment, I had very poor mitochondria density (whatever that ...

14 May 19:12

'There's Just No Doubt' -- Limiting Saturated Fats Helps Your Heart - Huffington Post


'There's Just No Doubt' -- Limiting Saturated Fats Helps Your Heart
Huffington Post
"People should remember to turn to reliable sources that use evidence-based scientific findings for their recommendations," said Robert Eckel, M.D., a former AHA president and professor of medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus ...

12 May 20:06

Workplace Solvents Linked to Long-Term Memory, Thinking Problems - HealthDay


Workplace Solvents Linked to Long-Term Memory, Thinking Problems
HealthDay
Dr. Daniel Teitelbaum, adjunct professor of occupational and environmental health at the University of Colorado School of Public Health, said the study findings fit with decades of research into the risks that workers exposed to these chemicals will ...

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12 May 18:52

Spring snows hit Aurora, Rockies — numerous power outages - Aurora Sentinel


Spring snows hit Aurora, Rockies — numerous power outages
Aurora Sentinel
The city remains on accident alert as of 8 a.m. In Aurora, a power outage early Monday morning knocked out electricity to 16,000 customers on and around the Anschutz Medical Campus, an Xcel Energy spokesman said. That outage lasted 39 minutes before ...

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