A CHOC expert offers safety tips for acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofen (Motrin) for relieving aches and fevers from respiratory viruses.
A CHOC pharmacist explains what marijuana is, how it can negatively affect the bodies of children and teens and how parents can help.
Some kids may struggle to take their medications because of taste or fear of swallowing pills. CHOC experts offer tips to help.
A CHOC pharmacist educates parents on fentanyl, how it is often being mixed with other substances and how to prevent kids and teens from misusing it.
A CHOC clinical pharmacist explains the dangers of teens misusing stimulant medications and what preventative measures that parents can take.
Dr. Ericka Hong, a CHOC pediatrician, explains the differences between acetaminophen and ibuprofen and how to administer it safely.
CHOC launched the prescription delivery service at the start of the pandemic in California, as lockdown orders were taking place.
Mental health is an important part of overall health. Therapy is important, but sometimes, psychiatric medication is necessary to improve.
Medications can have consequences if they are not properly handled. Here’s how to ensure the medication in your home is properly disposed of.