In recent years, gluten-free diets have risen in popularity but not everyone has a good medical reason for putting themselves on such a diet.
Ask a CHOC Doc: Can Kids Get Heartburn?
A CHOC pediatrician responds to a parent’s question on kids and heartburn. Find out more and submit your own question.
The Appendix: 5 Common Questions
What is the appendix, and why does it send so many people to the emergency room? Dr. Peter Yu, CHOC pediatric surgeon explains
Do’s and Don’ts for Parents of Picky Eaters
Dr. Mitchell Katz, medical director of the CHOC Multidisciplinary Feeding Program, has some Do’s and Don’ts for parents of picky eaters.
3 Surprising Causes of Stomach Pain in Kids
Some sources of stomach pain are obvious, but here are three surprising causes of stomach pain in children.
South Dakota Family Finds Success with CHOC’s Feeding Program
Today, Layla is 9 years old, doing well and enjoying food, and Christine no longer worries about how much she’s eating.
Remedies for Constipation in Children
A pediatric gastroenterologist at CHOC discusses signs of constipation in children, and what parents can do at home to help.
U.S. News Names CHOC One of the Nation’s Best Children’s Hospitals
CHOC’s most recent accolade is inclusion on the coveted U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals rankings.
CHOC Patient is Succesfully Treated for Feeding Problem
Before coming to CHOC’s multidisciplinary feeding program, Pacer had never eaten a Cheerio, a piece of toast or even a spoonful of yogurt.