Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
Bone Tumor Ablation Relieves Young Patient’s Pain
On and off stage, Mary Katherine Howard is radiant. The 14 year-old high school sophomore is outgoing and active, and importantly, back singing and acting, teeing up on the golf course and working on her latest design projects for the Technology Student Association, an extra-curricular STEM program...
Trauma experts offer tips on preventing serious childhood injuries
Protecting Their Sleep
Health concerns surround rise in sleep disorders in children
Three decades, 3 million ounces of liquid gold
Colorado’s Mothers’ Milk Bank marks 30 years
Emergency 101: Doctor offers advice for babysitting grandparents
Sleepovers with grandkids rank high on the cherished-moments list for most grandparents. But when the tea parties and story times give way to high fevers and broken bones, being in charge can create anxious moments instead. Dr. Christine Darr, medical director of the Pediatric Emergency Department...
Taking aim at whooping cough: Health officials work to slow epidemic, protect babies
It was well past midnight, and Valerie Castillo was so worried about her 3-week-old son’s cough, she wouldn’t put him down. She finally propped little Jeremiah on her chest and fell into a few minutes of fitful sleep. When she awoke at 2 a.m. and looked down at her baby, he was blue.
Kids & Repetitive Motion Sports
Brooke K Pengel, MD, Medical Director Rocky Mountain Youth Sports Medicine Institute Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Centennial