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In the #MeToo era, teaching kids and teens about consent — what consent means, who can give it, when they can give it and when they know if they have it — is more important than ever. Our pediatric experts offer advice on how to start the conversation.
There are many perceived causes of why suicide rates among kids are rising in the U.S. Dr. Justin Michener and Dr. Emily Laux weigh in on why this might be happening, and provide suggestions on how parents can talk to their kids about suicide.
When an illness is not curable, we always hope for the best outcome, while preparing for the worst. Get tips about end-of-life care from the pediatric experts at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Having an ill child presents unique challenges, which is why experts at Children's Hospital Colorado offer tips for parents to cope and get through the tough times.
Politics can be stressful for kids. Children’s Hospital Colorado has tips for parents to reduce the stress related to these conversations.
5 Ways to Find out if a Child is Being Cyberbullied from Children's Hospital Colorado.
How do you set limits on internet use? See how our expert, Phillip O’Donnell, MD, helps you navigate the complexities of parenting in the internet age.
Tips from Children's Hospital Colorado on how to respond if your child is the bully.
Experts from Children’s Colorado have a candid conversation about bullying/cyberbullying. See what parents asked about.
Read our pediatric psychologist's tips for parents who want to prevent their kids from being bullied as well as preventing kids from becoming bullies.
Learn about how to spot a bully and how to stop a bully from this infographic by Children's Hospital Colorado.
Although emergencies usually happen when we least expect them, there are things we can do to prepare. Get tips from Children's Hospital Colorado.