For a child or teen with an eating disorder, the holidays can bring mixed feelings. CHOC psychologists offer ways for parents to help.
Despite the countless challenges brought on by 2020, the clinicians, staff and patients of CHOC have retained a sense of gratitude.
CHOC experts provide tips for families on how to safely celebrate Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amid COVID-19, we’re encouraged to celebrate Thanksgiving with just our household. Here’s tips for making a special meal on a smaller scale.
This Thanksgiving, several CHOC leaders, clinicians and patients share what they are most thankful for this year.
CHOC Children’s physicians, nurses, staff and families share what they’re most grateful for this holiday season.
The average Thanksgiving meal has up to 4,500 calories. These Thanksgiving recipes can help lighten your meal without sacrificing taste.
In celebration of Thanksgiving, members of the CHOC pediatric health care system express what they’re most grateful for this year.
A mom shares what she’s thankful for this holiday season: the health of her son Noah, and the strength of his complex care team at CHOC.