The following printable articles cover a range of health topics, with tips for parents, tips for kids and teens and recommended reading/viewing put together by the pediatric experts at CHOC. These articles are not meant to replace your child’s professional healthcare team, but rather, to supplement it by giving you helpful tips and tools all in one place.
A CHOC expert offers tips to parents whose kids many engage in undesired behaviors during the holiday season.
A CHOC psychologist offers life-saving strategies to parents for keeping their home safe for children who have the urge for self-harm.
A CHOC dietitian explains the warning signs and symptoms of eating disorders in teens, and what parents should watch for.
Grieving the loss of a loved one may feel amplified during the holiday season. A CHOC expert offers coping tips for grief at the holidays.
After Sophie received support for anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and disordered eating at CHOC, she strived to help others.
With help from CHOC, Hamza’s learned how to manage his Type 1 diabetes and still enjoys his favorite foods and activities.
A CHOC research study discovers the injury risks and safety of mechanical bull riding for kids and encourages more safety precautions.
If kids ingest a button battery, they may require surgery. CHOC experts offer preventative measures and how parents should respond.
CHOC experts offer tips and preventative measures to help reduce the risk of RSV, rhinoviruses, enteroviruses, flu and COVID-19 in kids.
Times of uncertainty may cause families to experience food insecurity and hunger. CHOC experts offer tips for stretching your food budget.
A CHOC physical therapist offers backpack safety tips like proper wearing techniques, how to lighten the load for kids.
CHOC’s art therapist explains the benefits of art for mental health and how parents can practice it for mental wellness at home.
A CHOC expert guides parents in helping their child grieve the loss of a sibling and answers questions about supporting bereaved children.
For some kids, Halloween can be riddled with fear, anxiety and social anxiety. A CHOC expert offers tips to help kids enjoy the holiday.
A CHOC pediatrician offers advice to parents about flu treatments, flu shots, over-the-counter medicines for the flu and flu prevention.
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Birth Defects
- Cancer / Oncology
- Car and Travel Safety
- Cleft Lip
- Cochlear implants
- Cold and Flu
- Controlled Substances
- Critical Care
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Down Syndrome
- Ear Infections
- Ears, Nose, Throat / Otolaryngology
- Earthquake Safety
- Eating Disorders
- Epilepsy / Seizures
- First Aid
- Food Allergies
- Fun Activities
- Heart / Cardiology
- Heat and Fire Safety
- Home and Window Safety
- Immunizations / Vaccinations
- Infectious Disease
- Lactation / Breastfeeding
- Mental Health
- Neonatology / NICU
- New Year
- Nutrition and Lactation
- Pediatric Surgery
- PICU Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
- Plastic Surgery
- Primary Care / Family Medicine
- Rare Disease
- Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy
- Screen Time and Social Media
- Sexual Health
- Sleep Safety
- Sports and Fitness
- Sports Medicine
- Suicide Prevention
- Sun and Summer Safety
- Teens – Adolescent Health
- Traumatic Events
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Vision / Ophthalmology
- Water Safety