A CHOC pediatrician discusses the sounds and signs of common coughs in children and teens, and what to do to help.
Best practices for preventing respiratory illnesses in children
CHOC experts offer tips and preventative measures to help reduce the risk of RSV, rhinoviruses, enteroviruses, flu and COVID-19 in kids.
Treatments and tips to help kids with the flu feel better
A CHOC pediatrician offers advice to parents about flu treatments, flu shots, over-the-counter medicines for the flu and flu prevention.
Why is my child always sick? A pediatrician answers your questions
Parents with young children may struggle with frequent illness. A CHOC expert explains why and what parents can do to prevent sickness.
Sick day activity ideas for kids with colds, flu or COVID-19
When quarantining or recovering from colds, flu or COVID-19, CHOC offers sick day activity ideas for kids who grow bored of screen time.
Omicron COVID-19 variant and children: What parents should know
With the new Omicron variant rapidly spreading through the U.S., a CHOC infectious disease specialist answers parents’ common questions.
Acetaminophen vs. ibuprofen: A guide for parents
Dr. Ericka Hong, a CHOC pediatrician, explains the differences between acetaminophen and ibuprofen and how to administer it safely.
Influenza vs. COVID-19: A pediatrician explains the similarities and differences
A CHOC pediatric expert explains the similarities and differences in symptoms of flu and COVID-19, and how to protect your child from both.
Preventing colds in children as COVID-19 restrictions ease
As COVID-19 precautionary measures begin relaxing, an increase in colds and viruses are expected – especially for children.