• Temper Tantrums
    Every parent has witnessed their child having a temper tantrum at one time or another.  They are a normal part of development and happen most between the ages of 1 Read more
  • Winter Sports Injury Prevention Tips by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS)
    Did you know that according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 220,000 patients were treated in hospitals, doctors’ offices and emergency rooms for injuries related to winter Read more
  • New Years Resolutions for Children of All Ages
    New Year’s resolutions are great for kids and teens as they sometimes need to make these promises to themselves and you, in order to organize their goals for the coming Read more
  • Fireplace Safety
    Nothing creates a winter ambiance like a wood burning fireplace however, it is important to remember these fireplace safety tips from the AAP.   If possible, keep a window cracked open Read more
  • 10 Non-Tech Holiday Gift Ideas by HealthyChildren.org
    We understand that children of all ages are filling their holiday wish list with technology such as: tablets, cell phones, headphones and other tech-related gifts however, it’s important as a Read more
  • Holiday Fire Safety
    Cherry Creek Pediatrics wants to make sure your holiday season is one of joy.  While holiday lights can bring beauty and happiness to your house, they can also cause overloaded Read more
  • How to Plan a Balanced Thanksgiving Meal for Picky Eaters
    The holidays are upon us and with them often come big, holiday meals.   These meals typically include long standing family traditions and often times the food can be a Read more
  • Breastfeeding Tips and Tricks
    As natural as we are all told breast feeding is, it is important to remember that it doesn't always come easy for a new mom or baby.  Here are the Read more
  • Healthy Sleep Habits
    From infants and toddlers to school-aged children and teens, one of the most common questions we get is how much sleep should my child be getting?  While it's true that Read more
  • Teach Your Child that Physical Activity is a Way of Life
    As a parent, it’s important to encourage healthy habits, including exercise, in your youngster to help enforce that physical activity becomes as much a part of their routine as eating Read more
  • New Car Safety Seat Recommendations by the AAP
      Are There Any New Updates That I Should be Aware of? The AAP is now recommending that children remain in a rear-facing car safety seat as long as possible, until they Read more
  • Halloween Safety
    Halloween is an exciting time of year however, as you’re out with your child trick-or-treating, it is important to remember these safety tips to keep the evening a safe and Read more
  • How to Know When Your Child is Too Sick for School
    With school back in session and winter around the corner, illnesses are starting to peak.  The viruses responsible for colds and the flu cause the most common illnesses in your Read more
  • Did You Know Over-the-Counter Medications Can be Dangerous for Children Under 12 Years of Age
    When your child has a cold and isn’t feeling well, we understand that you want to do everything you can to help them feel better.  However, parents should refrain from Read more
  • Playground Safety
    Did you know that according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commision (USPSC), emergency departments treat more than 200,000 pediatric playground-related injuries each year!! As many of our families find themselves outside Read more
  • How to Pack a Healthy and Wholesome School Lunch
    With school back in session, it’s important to start your child’s year off on the right foot!  This not only includes helping your child get a good night’s sleep, but also Read more

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