CHOC has been named one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals by U.S. News & World Report in its 2017-18 rankings.
Miranda woke up screaming in the middle of the night from unbearable head pain. She couldn’t move or recognize her parents, & then collapsed.
Three pediatric experts from CHOC discuss the teen brain and offer advice for parents on how to better understand and connect with their teen.
There’s no better time than Brain Awareness Week to get a little more familiar with your melon. Test your knowledge with this brain quiz.
Infantile spasms are a medical emergency. Immediate treatment is critical because many children go on to develop other forms of epilepsy.
A mom shares what she’s thankful for this holiday season: the health of her son Noah, and the strength of his complex care team at CHOC.
Meet Mareena, a 9-year-old living a life free of seizures after undergoing epilepsy surgery at the CHOC Neuroscience Institute.
Ian began sleepwalking as a toddler, which turned out to be seizures. Thanks to testing and epilepsy surgery at CHOC, he is now seizure free.
Meet Kathy, a member of the CHOC Family Advisory Council, who stands ready to help a fellow parent of a child contending with epilepsy.