CHOC is taking precautions amidst COVID-19. One precautionary measure we have decided to take is to postpone all Foundation events.
Measles is one of the most contagious infections. To prevent the spread of measles, about 95% or more of the population must be immunized.
“Stomach flu. vs. influenza” is a question most parents have had during flu season. How do you know what your child is suffering from?
A CHOC pediatrician offers expert advice to parents on the latest guidelines on cold and cough medicine for kids.
Flu season is here. We spoke to Dr. Katherine Williamson, a CHOC pediatrician, about how to keep your kids safe from the flu.
Your child has been coughing, sneezing and running a temperature. Is this the common cold, or could it be something more serious like pneumonia?
Your child has a fever. Is a doctor’s appointment necessary? Answering these five questions can help caregivers know what to do.
“Should my kids get the flu shot this year?” These doubts are misguided, per a pediatric infectious disease specialist.
Dr. Daniel Mackey, a CHOC pediatrician, answers some of parents’ most common questions about how to prepare your family for flu season.