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Thankfully, shortages are not impacting hospitals and patient care.
Family describes the RSV situation in Colorado as an emergency.
A triple threat of COVID, RSV and flu could hit this winter
Hospitals across the metro area are sounding the alarm about RSV.
Colorado has seen a rapid increase in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), particularly among infants and children below the age of two.
The state health department is asking Coloradans to take measures to protect themselves and others from flu, RSV and COVID-19.
RSV, a respiratory illness that can be severe in infants because their lungs aren't strong enough.
With RSV and flu surging alongside cold and COVID season, there's much for parents and caregivers to think about.
Halloween is many kids' favorite holiday since they can dress up as their favorite characters and get rewarded with candy.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reports 109 pediatric RSV-associated hospitalizations from Oct. 1-19 this year.
Colorado physicians are seeing an increase in pediatric respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
Experts say Colorado could see an earlier flu season. That's why doctors say now is the time for you and your family to get a flu shot.
During NICU Appreciation Month, a family shares their story after their baby was born at just 23 weeks.
Medical experts say that kind of heat can cause problems.
Toews offered up the cup to Ashlinn, who didn't even attempt to hide her enormous, beautiful smile.
Lilly Downs cuddles with Posey, RMHC's in-hospital comfort dog
Non-Profit wants to Close the "Equity Gap" in Pediatric Treatment
Posey helps to comfort patients and even has her own book!
The smallest hospital patients need extra care to be protected from infectious disease.
While the COVID vaccine is important, there are many other pediatric vaccines to consider
After having a rough last year, things are looking up for 11-year-old Justice Avila.
August is Immunization Awareness Month, a time to make sure we are all up to date on required vaccinations.
Getting ready to go back to school can be a busy time for the whole family.
Polio is one of more than a dozen vaccines the Centers for Disease Control recommends for children under 18.
Dr. Geva shares tips to help kids safely evolve with growing technology.
Making sure kids get adequate sleep as they return back to school.
A pediatric dietician's advice on packing healthy lunches for your kids
As kids get ready to head back to school, they may be struggling to get good sleep.
Dr. Pengel serves as the podcast expert offering insight for parents and young athletes.
According to the CDC, only around 30% percent of children between the ages of 5 and 11 have received the vaccine.
Dr. Reggie Washington stresses the importance of the COVID vaccine for kids.
Doctors tout benefits of new procedure, and patients benefit as well
There was a celebration for the Colorado Avalanche at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children on Friday.
June is Scoliosis Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness and education about the disease.
Kash's story brings hope and inspriation
Laura-Anne Cleveland, Assoc. Chief Nursing Officer, Shares the Latest
Parents are being warned about an increase in acute hepatitis cases among children across the country.
As the baby formula looms on, keep these tips in mind
At 13, Nelli has now had four major spinal surgeries with Dr. Jaren Riley
According to data company Datasembly, 40% of America's baby formula supplies are out of stock. That's up from 29% in March.
Laura-Anne Cleveland shares insights for parents to consider
Dr. Reggie Washington, Chief Medical Officer, discusses the importance of all childhood vaccinations
Masks off and active kids mean circulating illnesses.
The extraordinary team at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children provided miraculous care
Thanks to the expert team at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, baby Harper goes home to her twin.
Anchor Center for the Blind is facilitating a study at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
Troop delivered cookies for patient families.
Laura-Anne Cleveland, ACNO from Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, reflects on the two-year mark
The run of freezing temperatures hasn't kept people from exercising. Learn about the risks of winter workouts, as well as precautions.
Dr. Immanuel Turner from RMHC gave new life NSMC colleague and congenital heart patient Mandy Brauch
Turns out, she had two holes in her heart and now her parents have a message for families.
Justice Avila is back to her busy self following open-heart surgery with Dr. Immanuel Turner.
Congenital heart defects, also known as holes in the heart, are the most common type of birth defects.
The procedure can be completed in an outpatient setting
There's an effort underway not only from health officials and educators to get more of Colorado's children vaccinated against COVID-19.
Dr. Reginald Washington offers insights for parents to consider
RMHC colleagues discuss how they find the drive to continue showing up for our patients
Dr. Reginald Washington details the various reasons kids are currently hospitalized at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
Dr. Reggie Washington weighs in and provides tips for parents
Cases of COVID-19 are spiking not only among adults but also among some of the youngest Coloradans
Several HealthONE experts are featured in this article.