Stokes in children may often go unrecognized. A CHOC neurologist explains the B.E. F.A.S.T method for spotting stroke signs.
Head injuries in kids like concussions and bleeds may be scary for families. CHOC experts discuss preventative measures and how to help.
Responsive neurostimulation (RNS), a new therapy for epilepsy, helped 11-year-old CHOC patient Bryce become nearly seizure-free.
A deep brain stimulation surgery at CHOC has given 9-year-old Ryder and his family an improved quality of life.
Eric was expected to have serious neurological dysfunction. Today, after expert care by CHOC, Eric is anticipating medical school this fall.
Keeping a child awake before an EEG can be difficult, but these tips can help parents keep children from falling asleep before the test.
What do you do when your best friend loses their child? These couples banded together to create the BraveOnes Foundation.