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AHA News: Why People Fear Performing CPR on Women – and What to Do About It

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Publish DateNovember 24, 2020

"Hopefully, this information can be used to help us eliminate the biases that people may have," said Shelby Shelton, a professional research assistant at the University of Colorado Department of Emergency Medicine and one of the investigators.

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To Fight Suicide, Maps Offer Safe Gun Storage Options

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Publish DateNovember 05, 2020

"As clinicians, we might tell people you should get your gun out of the home and store it somewhere. And people would say, 'Where?'" says Dr. Emmy Betz, an emergency room physician and associate professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora.

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‘It’s Not Rocket Science’: How America’s Healthiest Communities Have Battled the Coronavirus

news outletU.S. News & World Report
Publish DateSeptember 23, 2020

"We've seen quite a bit of variation across local communities, both in capacity to respond and capacity to implement recommendations" to keep the virus from spreading, says Glen Mays, chair of the Department of Health Systems, Management and Policy at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and an expert on public health strategy and preparedness. "There have been variations in trajectory of infections across communities."

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Children's Hospital Colorado: Nationally Ranked in 10 Specialties

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Publish DateJune 16, 2020

Children’s Hospital of Colorado at Anschutz makes several appearances on the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospital Rankings, including #6 overall, #1 for Pediatric Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, #4 for Pediatric Diabetes & Endocrinology and #9 for Pediatric Cancer.

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About 1 in 15 Parents 'Hesitant' About Child Vaccines: Survey

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Publish DateJune 15, 2020

"The fact that one in eight parents are still concerned about vaccine safety for both childhood and influenza vaccinations is discouraging," said lead author Dr. Allison Kempe, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora.

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Not a Myth -- Contraceptives Can Cause Weight Gain

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Publish DateJune 10, 2020

"For years, women have said that birth control causes them to gain weight but many doctors failed to take them seriously," said lead study author Dr. Aaron Lazorwitz. He's assistant professor of obstetrics/gynecology and family planning at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, in Aurora.

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When Are Coronavirus Symptoms Bad Enough to Warrant Going to the Hospital?

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Publish DateApril 09, 2020

"If you're starting to feel really short of breath, coughing a lot and developing fever – especially if you've had exposure to somebody who either has had COVID-19 or if you've been in a place or situation where you might have been exposed – then it's a good idea to go to the emergency department," says Dr. Darlene Tad-y, vice president of clinical affairs for the Colorado Hospital Association and a hospital medicine physician at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital [and CU School of Medicine].

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Could Stroke Drug Help COVID-19 Patients Avoid Ventilators?

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Publish DateMarch 31, 2020

Dr. Hunter Moore, a transplant fellow at the University of Colorado [Anschutz Medical Campus], is a study co-author. "Everyone is looking for ways to mitigate the threat of this disease, and there's a lot of investment and interest in new drugs," Moore said. "But if this disease gets out of control, those drugs won't have had safety evaluations. TPA has."

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