Learn about the risks of bed-sharing and how to put your baby to sleep safely.
Dry air can lead to sore throats, chafed nasal passages and dry skin, especially for little ones. "It's common in Colorado to use humidifiers," says Robin Deterding, MD, medical director of our Breathing Institute. "But people should use them cautiously."
Our pediatric experts share valuable tips on caring for babies. Topics include sleep, vaccinations, calming techniques and more.
Babies not only sleep safer in their own space — they sleep better. Learn why experts don’t recommend bed-sharing.
Coughs help the body fight infection, but they can occasionally be a sign of more concerning problems. How can you tell?
There isn’t a cure for asthma, but children who have it can thrive with proper treatment and a healthy environment. Keep the asthma triggers at bay with a regular check of your home.
European baby formulas like HiPP and Holle are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. The problem is that they’re not FDA-regulated - and that puts babies at risk.
The population of Colorado, and the U.S. as a whole, is becoming more culturally diverse. A Children’s Colorado speech-language pathologist answers parents’ most commonly asked questions about their children learning two or more languages.
When a new baby is on the way, gradually preparing for the change can help avoid any unintended tension between pets, siblings and the new baby.
Finding the right child care center can be daunting for new parents. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to get info on potential child care options. The key is knowing what to ask.
Is your baby waking up and crying frequently at night? Our expert provides advice on how to comfort them and get them back to sleep.
Babies need a lot of doctor visits. Seven of them, to be exact, all within the first year of life. Pediatrician Dr. Dan Nicklas breaks them down, visit by visit.