The truths and falsehoods about mononucleosis (also known as mono) and how it’s transmitted from CHOC’s director of adolescent medicine.
In health care matters, parents of teens must strike a delicate balance, especially when teens are old enough to make their own decisions.
Growing up is tough enough for teens and young adults, but living with a chronic illness adds even more complications.
Back to school time can be a stressful time for teens and parents alike. Help your teen start off the new school year successfully
Many adolescent cancer patients survive into adulthood so physicians and patients have a major interest in preserving their fertility.
Prom night may be a rite of passage for teens, it also sparks worries for parents. Check out these tips from law enforcement.
With new online messaging apps seemingly popping up daily, parents more than ever need to be mindful of their children’s technology use.
Parents may dread the day their kids start developing romantic feelings, but it’s a normal part of development, a CHOC psychologist says.
Adolescents being treated for cancer face issues including fertility preservation, career and education considerations, and more.