Parents with young children may struggle with frequent illness. A CHOC expert explains why and what parents can do to prevent sickness.
When quarantining or recovering from colds, flu or COVID-19, CHOC offers sick day activity ideas for kids who grow bored of screen time.
With the new Omicron variant rapidly spreading through the U.S., a CHOC infectious disease specialist answers parents’ common questions.
Dr. Ericka Hong, a CHOC pediatrician, explains the differences between acetaminophen and ibuprofen and how to administer it safely.
A CHOC pediatric expert explains the similarities and differences in symptoms of flu and COVID-19, and how to protect your child from both.
As COVID-19 precautionary measures begin relaxing, an increase in colds and viruses are expected – especially for children.
It’s important that each member of your family get their flu shot every year. This is especially true this year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washing your hands is the best way to stop germs from spreading. A CHOC pediatrician offers tips for proper hand-washing.
“Stomach flu. vs. influenza” is a question most parents have had during flu season. How do you know what your child is suffering from?