Head lice can be a pest. Consider these removal and prevention tips from a clinical pharmacist at CHOC to avoid these critters.
As your family falls into a routine for the new school year, be sure to follow these healthy eating tips to ensure good nutrition habits.
By Michael Molina, MPH, Community Educator at CHOC Children and adolescents should meet a minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity every day. The full 60 minutes doesn’t have to be all at once- you can break it down in smaller sessions such as 15-20 minutes. Being active is an essential part a child’s growth […]
Cara Krenn is a writer, editor, and mom to fraternal twin girls and a singleton boy. She is the author of the e-book Twinthusiasm: Survival Lessons for Your First Year Raising Twins and blogs at www.twinthusiasm.com. As a mother of twins, I’ve experienced plenty of squabbles over belongings. “MINE!” is one of the first words […]
Test-taking anxiety symptoms usually first develop during school-age years. Fortunately, test anxiety can be managed and even conquered.
Be sure to check out the following tips to keep your little ones, and adults alike, healthy and active during the holidays. • Play a game outside. Tag, soccer or touch football are always favorites. • Hit the slopes. Go sledding or snowboarding at various ski resorts, just a couple of hours away from Orange County. Beginners are always […]
Back to school time can be a stressful time for teens and parents alike. Help your teen start off the new school year successfully