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Is your child's speech developing normally? We'll help you know if your tot is on target.
Hearing impairment is one of the most comment birth defects in the U.S. Luckily it can be managed if detected early.
From chocolate milk to athletic gear, our experts answer parents' top sports and fitness questions.
Good nutrition is important for a healthy life. Get answers about celiac disease, food allergies or tips for your picky eater.
Learn what behavioral health experts at Children's Colorado suggest for parents to comfort and talk with their children about the Aurora theater shooting.
Children can safely help out in the kitchen, but parents must pick the right tasks for each child’s age and skill level.
Halloween is supposed to be a night of frights — but only the imaginary kind. To keep your kids safe on Halloween, here is a list of our top Halloween safety tips.
We asked Dr. Dolgan, Psychologist at Children's, how to manage children's expectations during the holidays. Read what he has to say.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends over-the-counter cough and cold medicines never be used in children under 4. Get tips on home remedies.
Tips for parents about teenagers and sexual health -- from puberty to "the talk" -- from the experts at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Knowing your teen is in a romantic relationship can be difficult. Our child psychologist helps parents understand how to navigate teen romantic relationships, as well as how to encourage communication.