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New Concussion Guidelines Were Based On Denver Doctor’s Work

Students who suffer concussions are told to take a break from sports. Now, doctors recommend they take a break from academics as well.

10/30/2013

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Parents Should Start Thinking About Flu Shots Now

Fall hasn’t arrived yet but experts want parents to start thinking about preventing influenza now. They’re recommending children 6 months and older get a flu shot as soon as possible.

09/02/2013

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Report: Children Can Become More Aggressive By Watching A Lot Of TV

Two new studies suggest what children watch on television could affect their behavior.

02/18/2013

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Pot Opponents Regroup Following Colorado, Washington Votes

Kevin Sabet, a former White House drug policy adviser and an outspoken opponent of legalizing marijuana, watched with dismay last fall as voters in Washington and Colorado did just that.

01/09/2013

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Cutting To The Quick On Circumcision

Critics are howling, but the American Academy of Pediatrics has finally hopped off the fence when it comes to circumcision. They say: just do it. CBS Denver Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains why circumcision may be the right decision for some parents.

08/27/2012

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What’s Your Baby’s Favorite TV Show?

How much TV does your young child watch? Depending on age, the answer could be/should be: none. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida looks at new guidelines from the Academy of Pediatrics.

10/18/2011

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Doctors: Parents Shouldn’t Fret Over Kids’ Fevers

Doctors are advising parents of young children to chill out when it comes to childhood fevers.

02/28/2011

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Probiotics May Have Some Benefits For Kids

A leading medical group says there’s some evidence that probiotics, or “good” bacteria, may have limited benefits for certain illnesses in children.

11/29/2010