At what point do parents give up encouraging their kids to play music?
Dyslexia: Einstein, Steven Spielberg & Kids Today Overcome Its Difficulties
Dyslexia does not have to be a limitation in life. Experts debunk myths, and two brothers share advantages and challenges of their dyslexia.
Mythic Creatures Arrive at DMNS
Although fantastical, mythic creatures are windows into history and how cultures have adapted different meanings to legends. Learn more at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science exhibit, Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns, and Mermaids.
Vaccine Data: One More Tool for Parents
“…there’s this huge silent majority of parents who are vaccinating their kids. Only now, when we’re able to see these rates and we’re hearing about outbreaks because parents are refusing vaccines.”
Going Competitive Younger than Ever
Determining the right age for kids to start playing competitive sports can be a difficult choice, and now families face it even earlier. What is good and about competitive sports?
More Than Half of U.S. Infants Sleep with Potentially Unsafe Bedding
Nearly 55 percent of U.S. infants sleep with potentially unsafe bedding, according to a December 2014 study by the National Institutes of Health. The rate is higher among babies of young, low- income, non-college-educated, and/or African-American or Hispanic moms.
2014 Front Porch Guide to Youth Sports
With a wide range of sports teams and programs nearby, the Front Porch guide to youth sports can help decide what’s right for your child.