While road tripping in a recreational vehicle, or RV, can be exciting for the whole family, safety should still be top-of-mind for all.
Nutrition and sustainability can easily be adopted into your family’s activities and cooking. Here, a CHOC clinical dietitian explains four simple ways to practice sustainable nutrition.
Practicing physical distancing and being away from school, sports and friends can be difficult for families. During this time, it’s important to offer children and teens and abundance of opportunities for play and to spend meaningful time together. Experts from CHOC’s Cherese Mari Laulhere Child Life Department offer these engaging at-home activity ideas to do […]
There are ways parents and teachers can work together to help ease anxiety for students with autism with these tips from a CHOC social worker.
By Dr. Chris Min, pediatric psychologist at CHOC and Luiza Mali, predoctoral intern at CHOC Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have experienced a thirst for answers and information — especially to help guide our behavior and try to put our worries at ease. Due to social isolation, many of us have looked online and […]
The start of a new school year is a great time to try fresh new ideas with school lunches helping children form healthy habits.
Back-to-school anxiety is real. A pediatric psychologist offers tips for parents on how to help children adjust.