CHOC ABA therapists offer healthy habits for preschoolers, elementary school-age children, preteens, teens and young adults with autism.
Head injuries in kids like concussions and bleeds may be scary for families. CHOC experts discuss preventative measures and how to help.
A CHOC expert explains how parents can help their child with autism at any age: birth to 5 years, 6 to 12 years and teens and young adults.
A CHOC clinician dietitian offers tips to parents about breast-feeding, bottle-feeding, introducing solid foods and tummy time.
Many young athletes may be tempted to use sports supplements, or pre-workout, to improve their performance. CHOC experts discuss the risks.
A CHOC pharmacist explains what marijuana is, how it can negatively affect the bodies of children and teens and how parents can help.
A CHOC sports medicine physician addresses questions about strength training for kids like safety, training programs and weight limits.