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Parent Resources from Experts at Children's Hospital Colorado

At Children's Hospital Colorado, we're committed to helping you keep your kids healthy and safe. That’s why our pediatric experts have created free resources, and provided valuable tips and advice, for parents and caregivers on trending topics.


What you need to know about coronavirus

To help inform you about the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) updates, experts from Children's Colorado have gathered information from local and national health authorities.

See our resources and updates

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Calming your child’s coronavirus anxiety

Most parents are appropriately concerned with keeping their families safe from COVID-19 and preventing its spread. But there is another aspect of this crisis you shouldn't ignore — its effect on your family's mental health.

Read our tips

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Parenting articles, advice and tips

Get advice from the trusted experts at Children's Hospital Colorado across a variety of topics including behavior, sleep tips and nutrition.

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Sports medicine articles for parents and coaches

Whether you're an athlete, coach or parent of an athlete, we have the sports advice you need. From nutrition that fuels you for the game to information on how to treat concussions, our sports medicine experts are here to help.

Read sports advice from our experts

Talk to a nurse

Call our free ParentSmart HealthlineTM to speak with an experienced pediatric nurse 24/7.

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Check a symptom

Search our conditions to better understand what your child's medical symptoms could mean.

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