Parenting Articles from Children's Hospital Colorado Experts
Well-child visits are routine health checkups to ensure that your kid is healthy and thriving. Our experts share why these visits are important and what parents can expect at each age.
Neurodiversity is a non-medical term that includes conditions that impact brain function and a celebration of the differences in how people think. Here's how to help your neurodivergent kid thrive.
How to help your kids build healthy sleep habits, from reducing screen time to building consistent bedtime routines. Plus, read our experts’ answers to commonly asked questions about kids’ sleep.
Learn about anterior and posterior fontanelle closures, bulging and sunken fontanelles, and special considerations for premature babies from our experts.
These social media safety tips for parents include real insights from teens, plus suggestions from experts at Children's Colorado.
How are development milestones different for babies born early or who have a longer stay in the NICU? Our experts provide some general guidance on what to expect from your NICU baby, when.
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.
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.
Cognitive control supports the ability to put aside short-term gratification in pursuit of a goal. It matures as we age. But in adolescence, our reward centers mature much faster.
Learn how to help your child deal with ongoing medical issues based on his or her developmental age, from the pediatric experts at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Hearing impairment is one of the most comment birth defects in the U.S. Luckily it can be managed if detected early.