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 holiday-time safety reminders for families regarding fires, holiday decorations, travel and food and kitchen safety.
CHOC experts offer steps for families following a referral for mental health services and what to expect from mental health treatment.
17-year-old John received heart surgery for coarctation of the aorta at CHOC as a baby. Today, he’s healthy, thriving and thankful.
In a video to share with your school-aged kids, a CHOC expert offers fun and easy ways to help teach how to cope with hard situations.
Los expertos de CHOC analizan la importancia de cuidar su salud mental y la de sus hijos durante la COVID-19.
A CHOC expert explains why the prevalence of kidney stones in kids and teens has increased, kidney stones symptoms and prevention tips.
CHOC brinda consejos a los padres para ayudar a los niños que tienen miedo de usar máscaras para protegerse contra el COVID-19.
A CHOC sports medicine expert discusses burnout in young athletes, and offers signs of athlete burnout and tips for preventing it.
El estigma asociado con la salud mental puede influir en la decisión que una persona tome de buscar o de no buscar servicios y tratamiento de salud mental.
A new treatment strategy for pectus excavatum (PE) or “sunken chest” reduced pain and recovery time for a budding athlete.
A CHOC mental health expert discusses when strong feelings of anxiety lead to panic attacks, and how parents can help kids and teens cope.
CHOC experts provide Halloween safety tips for trick-or-treating, costumes, driving and pumpkins carving for kids, teens and parents.
Kenny’s miraculous recovery from multiple infections caused by leukemia treatment exemplifies courage, resilience and expert care.
A CHOC expert offers tips for making Halloween safe and fun for families with kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Bike and Helmet Safety
- Birth Defects
- Cancer / Oncology
- Car and Travel Safety
- Cleft Lip
- Cochlear implants
- Cold and Flu
- Controlled Substances
- Coping with chronic illness
- Critical Care
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Down Syndrome
- Ear Infections
- Ears, Nose, Throat / Otolaryngology
- Eating Disorders
- Epilepsy / Seizures
- First Aid
- Food Allergies
- Fun Activities
- Heart / Cardiology
- Home and Window Safety
- Hot Weather Safety
- Immunizations / Vaccinations
- Infectious Disease
- Internet / Online Safety
- Lactation / Breastfeeding
- Maternal-Fetal Care
- Mental Health
- Neonatology / NICU
- New Year
- Nutrition and Lactation
- Outdoor Safety
- Palliative Care
- 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
- Speech therapy
- Sports and Fitness
- Sports Medicine
- Suicide Prevention
- Summer Safety
- Sun Safety and Skin Protection
- Transition to Adult Health Care
- Traumatic Events
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Vision / Ophthalmology
- Water Safety and Drowning Prevention