Usually caused by nose-picking or dry air, nosebleeds can be common in children and generally aren’t serious – but how can parents stop a child’s bloody nose? Here, Dr. Reshmi Basu, offers tips to parents to stop the bleed, explains the types and causes of nosebleeds, and offers guidance about when to call the pediatrician.
In this article, a CHOC licensed marriage and family therapist offers some tips for parents and caregivers to support children before, during and after a funeral.
A CHOC pediatric infectious disease expert helps parents navigate which summertime activities are safe for children still too young to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
While road tripping in a recreational vehicle, or RV, can be exciting for the whole family, safety should still be top-of-mind for all.
Born with an intraventricular hemorrhage, Eric was expected to have serious neurological dysfunction such as cerebral palsy. Today, after expert care by CHOC and big ambitions, Eric is anticipating medical school this fall.
Learn more about the link between myocarditis and the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine – and why health experts still recommend all eligible people receive the vaccine.
As COVID-19 precautionary measures begin relaxing, an increase in colds and viruses are expected – especially for children. Learn what parents can do to help protect kids.