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Children’s Hospital Colorado is once again among the best in the U.S. News & World Report 2016-17 Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll.
Children’s Hospital Colorado patients have voted and 91 percent of them are in favor of increasing the tobacco tax, a vote yes for Amendment 72. Out of the 360 ballots that were cast by both inpatient and outpatient children and youth over the past week, 326 were in favor of charging more for cigarettes.
The CDC has reported an increase in acute flaccid myelitis, a neurological condition that starts as a respiratory illness but can often end with sudden muscle weakness and paralysis.
Children’s Hospital Colorado is proud to announce a multi-year partnership with StartUp Health Colorado, which is organizing and supporting a global army of entrepreneurs to improve the health and wellness of billions of people worldwide.
The mental health diagnosis of regression in children and young adults with Down Syndrome is often under-diagnosed. Learn about how the Sie Center for Down Syndrome has developed a new concentration in mental health therapy as doctors are seeing an increased number of patients with regression.
According to a recent editorial published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), newer evidence shows that introducing peanuts and eggs early can lead to a reduction in the risk of developing an allergy to these foods.
For "Heroes' Week" at 9News, 18-year-old Dalton Levine expressed gratitude for his pediatric oncology team at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Children's Hospital Colorado is one of six founding children’s hospitals have signed an agreement to form the Sanford Children’s Genomic Medicine Consortium, a cutting-edge collaboration of children’s hospitals.
A year after he decided to undergo deep brain stimulation to help his cerebral palsy, Colorado teen Djimon Hill and his family tackle the question, Was it worth it?
Colorado Springs Style magazine recently released its 2016 list of Top Docs and we're proud to announce that 6 Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs physicians made the list.
Contrary to past information, a new study conducted by Dr. Stanley Szefler, Director of the Pediatric Asthma Research Program, shows that combining long-acting beta agonists (LABAs) with an inhaled steroid drug for childhood asthma did not have any greater risk of harm than children using an inhaler with only one steroid.
To celebrate 30 years of the magazine, Colorado Parent showcased the top 11 major health advances that have been made to benefit kids' health since 1986.
Twice a year, around 20 kids have the opportunity to attend Cleft Camp, a biannual weekend retreat for children born with cleft lip and cleft palate.
Read about how eleven year old, Cheyenne Dyess started her own crafting company to pass the time during treatments for T cell lymphoblastic lymphoma, a type of blood cancer.
Children’s Hospital Colorado released a rendering of the new Colorado Springs hospital, which is slated to open in 2018.
5280 magazine has released its 2016 list of Denver's Top Docs and Top Dentists. We're proud to say that 106 Children's Hospital Colorado doctors and 54 dentists made the list.
A recent study published in the The Journal of the Amercian Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics by researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado demonstrates an association between the legalization of recreational marijuana and the rate of unintended marijuana exposure in children.
Colorado’s Tri-County Health Department recently issued a warning for possible exposure to a baby with measles. Learn about measles and how to keep your child safe.
If you've visited the Blood Donor Center at Children's Hospital Colorado, there's a good chance you've encountered the cheery face of Project SEARCH graduate Destinee Brown.
The maternal and child health program within the Colorado School of Public Health’s Center for Global Health has been re-designated by the World Health Organization as a WHO Collaborating Center for Promoting Family and Child Health.
This year, the Children's Colorado NICU team brought our smallest patients a little patriotic joy with special red, white and blue tutus and ties — helping them, and their families celebrate Independence Day with pride.