A CHOC pediatric infectious disease specialist helps settle the misconception that the COVID-19 vaccine affects fertility.
An adolescent medicine specialist at CHOC offers facts on HPV and explains how it can indeed lead to cervical cancer.
HPV affects nearly all sexually active men and women at some point in their lives. The HPV vaccine is more effective the younger it is given.
Preventive medication PrEP and PEP, in addition to practicing safe sex, are options available for preventing HIV infection.
A CHOC Children’s physician offers education for parents on teens and STIs, as well as information on STI prevention.
Each year more than 200,000 teens will give birth in this country. A CHOC Children’s physician offers teen pregnancy prevention tips.
Vaccines aren’t just important for babies. Parents should be aware of vaccines updated that will benefit their adolescents.
When girls think of ovarian cysts, they worry about needing surgery. However, some are actually part of the normal monthly cycle.
A CHOC pediatric resident discusses some of parent’s most frequent questions about the HPV vaccine and their child.