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Amber Ballentine with her son, Luke (credit: CBS)

Hospitals Changing Elective Delivery Policy To 39 Weeks

Those who hope to schedule their baby’s birth should think 39 weeks. Studies show that’s the earliest date to avoid potential medical problems.

03/03/2012

The Busy Breather (credit: CBS)

Colorado Woman’s Invention Makes Things Easier For Parents Of Preemies

A Colorado mother is helping premature babies breathe easier. She came up with a special backpack after her son was born 3 months early.

02/13/2012

Beverly Dobson and Landon (credit: CBS)

Baby Diagnosed With Heart Defect Before Birth Recovering Well

A baby born with a serious heart defect is recovering well. His family is grateful to doctors at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, who diagnosed the problem before birth and corrected it.

02/01/2012

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Christmas Comes Early For Kids At Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children

Christmas came a little early for some kids at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.

12/21/2011

Katherin Ruiz (credit: CBS)

Young Honduran Girl Gets Lifesaving Heart Repair In Denver

A 7-year-old from Honduras is recovering from lifesaving surgery. Her heart was repaired in Denver thanks to a surgeon at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.

12/13/2011

Dr. John Lewin demonstrates tomosynthesis to CBS4's Kathy Walsh (credit: CBS)

Rose Medical Center To Offer 2 New Ways To Fight Breast Cancer

This month a Colorado hospital will offer two new technologies to fight breast cancer. One will improve detection while the other will improve treatment.

10/11/2011

An image of a brain aneurysm (credit: CBS)

Procedure Is A ‘Game Changer’ For Treating Aneurysms

A chance discovery led to a lifesaving procedure for a woman from Grand Junction. She’s among the first to undergo a new treatment for brain aneurysms.

10/02/2011

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