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Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

Chet Oliver Smith with his parents, Sam and Kyle (credit: CBS)

Baby Born With No Eyes Thriving Thanks To Loving Parents

A baby who was born with no eyes is thriving after several surgeries and the unconditional love of his parents and family.

07/16/2014

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Colorado Doctors’ Generosity Saves Honduran Infant’s Life

A mother’s intuition and the charity of doctors in Colorado have saved the life of a newborn girl from Honduras.

06/02/2014

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Study Finds 73 Percent Of American Children Consume Caffeine Daily

A new study found that nearly three out of four American children consume caffeine each day.

02/10/2014

Kaiti Lukins at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children's Center for Concussion (credit: CBS)

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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Colorado Baby Gets Heart Surgery From Doctor Who Invented Procedure

A baby boy is recovering from open heart surgery. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh met Issac Foster and the doctors who operated on him. In fact, one of the doctors invented the procedure.

10/15/2013

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Teen Killed, 2 Others Injured In CO Poisoning

A teen has died and another is in critical condition after being exposed to carbon monoxide in a camper.

09/10/2013

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Tiny Babies Make Move To Brand New Intensive Care Unit

The tiniest babies made a big move on Wednesday as they were wheeled from Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center to the brand new intensive care unit at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.

07/10/2013

Miriam Cavender with her baby, Sylvia (credit: CBS)

Some Hospitals Turning Away Babies With Potentially Deadly Infection

A potentially deadly infection that makes it hard for babies to breathe is keeping doctors incredibly busy. Pediatric units at some hospitals are overflowing, with one specialist calling it the worst season for the virus she’s ever seen.

02/20/2013

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Infant Botulism Victim Breathing Easier, Recovering

A Colorado baby is breathing easier while recovering from a rare disease. The 5-month-old has infant botulism, which can be life threatening.

01/30/2013

Keona Hinkel at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (credit: Hinkel Family)

Colorado Parents Warn Others About Infant Botulism

The parents of a 5-month-old Colorado baby recovering from botulism are warning others about the fairly rare and potentially fatal disease.

01/16/2013

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