Dr. Lilit Minasyan, who works in the Emergency Department at CHOC, offers the following tips to help prevent accidental household poisonings.
In health care matters, parents of teens must strike a delicate balance, especially when teens are old enough to make their own decisions.
Every 10 minutes in the United States, there’s a child under the age of 6 taken to an emergency department for medication poisoning.
Dr. Mary Jane Piroutek, an emergency department physician at CHOC shares a list of supplies to include in your basic first aid kit.
Some baby spit-up is a fact of life for parents of infants, but a baby who spits up a lot or often may have reflux, a CHOC pediatrician says.
Growing up is tough enough for teens and young adults, but living with a chronic illness adds even more complications.
As new parents often find, no one in the house sleeps if the baby doesn’t sleep. Follow these tips from the experts at CHOC.