Women's Health News

  • Pregnancy

    Pregnancy Loss Tied to Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

    Jun 1, 2020 by Nicholas Bakalar
    New research shows that women who have had a prior miscarriage have a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes in the future. While the exact reason for this connection is unknown, the authors proposed two possible explanations - 1) prediabetes at the time of the miscarriage may have led to that pregnancy loss as well as future type 2 diabetes; or 2) there is a genetic background linking risk for miscarriage and risk for type 2 diabetes.
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    Researcher Management and Leadership Training Course Launches Worldwide

    Jun 19, 2020 by Mark Couch
    Faculty at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus recently launched Researcher Management and Leadership Training on Coursera.org — a global learning platform partnering with leading universities and organizations to offer online education.
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    Q&A with Dr. Neill Epperson, Chair of the Department of PsychiatryOpens in a new window

    May 28, 2020
    With May being Mental Health Month, we sat down with Neill Epperson, MD, professor and chair of the CU Department of Psychiatry, for a wide-ranging conversation about expanding mental health resources and services to the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and broader community in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, her new “Mind the Brain” podcast, the state of mental health in Colorado, and why the brain is so intriguing.
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    Mind the Brain: Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19

    Apr 21, 2020 by C. Neill Epperson, MD
    Dr. Neill Epperson, chair of the CU Department of Psychiatry and CWHR senior faculty, recently announced the availability of new resources from the CU Department of Psychiatry to address mental health issues during this time of uncertainty. These resources may help you cope with COVID-19 and prepare a resiliency plan for you and your family.
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