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.
While most children’s eye injuries are minor, others, like those that often occur in sports, can be serious and require medical attention.
Early specialization and lack of diversity are more common in young athletes today and can increase the chances of injury.
An estimated 5,000 children under 14 are hospitalized each year for near-drowning: up to 20% are left with severe neurological disabilities.
One of the most common sports injuries in kids is from repetitive stress usually at the elbow, the wrist, the ankle, the knee, or the foot.
As a heat wave sweeps over Orange County, CHOC offers tips to help protect against heal-related illness and injury.
CHOC would like to remind everyone to never leave your child alone in a car, not even for a minute, to prevent heatstroke.
Summer is in full swing, and it’s all about safety this season, whether your family is enjoying a day at the beach, or a backyard barbecue.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has many family vacation travel tips to stay safe and stress-free.