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Dr. Jennifer Clark, Hematologist/Oncologist from RMHC, discusses signs, symptoms, treatments and advancements.
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children sponsored the Positive Coaching Alliance's Jersey and Jeans Youth Sports Awards on November 4.
Immanuel Turner, MD has been named Chief of Pediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery.
Heroic High Country nurse saves baby 1 week after learning specific training
Dr. Reggie Washington discusses the importance of the booster for teens
Gifts will be delivered to patients at RMHC year-round.
Laura-Anne Cleveland discusses tricks for making vaccines easier on kids.
An OB/GYN at P/SL says the most important message for pregnant patients to prevent serious illness is to consider vaccination.
Colorado medical experts address pediatric vaccine accessibility issues
Dr. Anna Zimmerman offers hope to parents and loved ones
The CDC said more than 22 million infants worldwide have missed their first dose of the measles vaccine during the pandemic.
Dr. Reggie Washington participates in a CBS4 special about the vaccine for kids 5-11
Colorado kids in Pfizer vaccine trial urge other kids to get the shot
With full CDC and FDA approval, children ages 5 to 11 can now receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
Dr. Reggie Washington answers parents questions about the vaccine.
The CDC's approval of vaccines for children ages 5 through 11 on Tuesday had many parents in Colorado moving ahead with their plans.
Right now the state says there are 479,895 kids in the 5-11 age group, and they hope to get 50% of them vaccinated in 12 weeks.
The FDA points to these reasons for its decision: Effectiveness and Safety
For Colorado healthcare workers in pediatrics, the FDA authorization of Pfizer's vaccine for kids 5-11 is a cause for celebration.
The COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 could be approved within days.
Dr. Reggie Washington provides perspective on the likely approval of the pediatric COVID vaccine
Laura-Anne Cleveland discusses potentially logistics related to COVID vaccine for 5-11 year olds
Laura-Anne Cleveland discusses how Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is preparing.
Dr. Reggie Washington offers tips for protecting those who cannot be vaccinated
Dr. Reggie Washington offers practical tips for parents to protect kids who cannot be vaccinated
Recent data from the American Academy of Pediatrics show children accounted for 26.7% of COVID-19 cases at the end of September.
Dr. Reggie Washington discusses the latest updates around the kids COVID vaccine
Dr. Mavel Gutierrez, pediatric infectious disease specialist, offers valuable perspective
Dr. Reggie Washington weighs in on the disparity among which teens are being vaccinated in Denver.
Dr. Neil Cella from Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children provides tips.
He also urges parents to be smart about what they let their kids do and who they do it with.
The Teddy Bear Patrol culminated in a drive-through event with loads of fun.
CBS4 has partnered with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children to collect new stuffed animals for children in emergency situations.
CBS4 viewer's questions are answered about return to school.
What do symptoms look like in kids? How can kids cope?
CBS4 is partnered with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children and KOSI 101.1 to collect new stuffed animals for the Teddy Bear Patrol.
While early, RSV cases occur in children each year
Dr. Jessica Litwin, Pediatric Neurologist, offers insights
Colorado is seeing a rise in COVID cases as the delta variant becomes the most dominant strain in our state.
The delta variant is fueling the surge, but how does that impact kids.
CBS4 is partnered with RMHC for Teddy Bear Patrol a collection of some 4,000 new stuffed animals
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC), KOSI 101.1 and CBS4 are celebrating the culmination of the 2021 Teddy Bear Patrol.
Here are tips for motivating your student to wear a mask in school
Sensitive groups may want to avoid the outdoors altogether
Mateo's remarkable story is detailed and how the team at RMHC saved his life
Mateo's life was saved following a sports physical.
Questions from readers and parents are answered as the Delta variant rages.
Laura-Anne Cleveland discusses how her family will navigate this challenge.
Dr. Reggie Washington provides expert analysis.
Multiple Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children physicians honored.
The latest guidance recommends children wear a mask, but doctors are also asking parents to re-evaluate other behaviors
Laura-Anne Cleveland, from Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, weighs in
Concern rises for unvaccinated children amid 4th COVID wave
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children launches campaign
Campaign launched to collect new stuffed animals for children in need
Dr. Steve Rothenberg, pediatric surgeon, is featured as a hero.
Baby Leo travels home following time at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
The work of Dr. Steve Rothenberg and the team at RMHC are highlighted
Dr. Reggie Washington, Chief Medical Officers, offer expert advice
Dr. Steve Rothenberg, a pediatric surgeon at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, saved Leo's life.
Dr. Karen Woolf, Pediatric ER Physician at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, serves as expert voice.
New patch allows Girl Scouts to get hands-on experience with patient care
As cases of Delta variant increase, schools consider coronavirus safety plans for fall
Colorado Parent Magazine readers select Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children again for annual award.
This Colorado doctor delivered 10,000 high-risk babies, right here in Colorado
Baby born with rare, undeveloped esophagus undergoes successful surgery to fix it
Family travels the world for surgery with Dr. Steven Rothenberg.
Dr. Shipman advises that choosing a pediatric surgeon when your child needs a procedure has real benefits.
Dr. Steven Rothenberg performed the Nuss procedure on Mackenzie to fix her sunken chest.