Kids & Repetitive Motion Sports
Brooke K Pengel, MD, Medical Director Rocky Mountain Youth Sports Medicine Institute Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Centennial
Is My Child Lactose Intolerant?
Jeanne Oh, MD Advanced Pediatric Associates Aurora, Centennial & Parker
What is the Best Way to Calm Down a Fussy or Colicky Baby?
Robert Gin, MD Littleton Pediatric Medical Center Highlands Ranch, Colorado
What is the Difference Between a Food Allergy and Food Intolerance?
Lora Stewart, MD Allergy and Asthma Care Prevention Center Lone Tree, Colorado
Breastfeeding for Working Moms
“I always encourage a mom to use her own definition of success for breastfeeding, not anyone else’s. Every day of breastmilk is truly a gift. Not having a hundred more days of breastmilk should take nothing away from the gift of that one day.” Sue Petracek, IBCLC, Bosom Buddies
Naps: Does a routine of rest really matter?
Anyone who has been around toddlers and preschoolers much can tell you: Just one missed nap can turn a “little angel” into an intolerable grouch. But new research suggests it may do much more than that, blunting their capacity for joy, heightening their anxiety, and diminishing their tendency...
Put me in, Coach: Growing field offers sideline strategies for winning the parent game
Little Haley was having a grand time at the zoo. Funny animals. Sunny skies. Ice-cream cones. Dad. It was pretty much heaven for a 4-year-old girl. Then the question came: “Haley, do you want to go home in 10 minutes or in 5 minutes?” Puzzled eyes gazed up at her father. “Daddy? Is 10...
Brown bagging it
Recent headlines about “pink slime,” “mystery meat,” and salt and fat-laden offerings on school cafeteria trays have prompted many concerned parents to take matters into their own hands and pack Junior’s lunch themselves. But are sack lunches any healthier than what the school has to offer?