Getting back into the swing of school
Get ready for flu season with a visit to the pediatrician for the flu shot and wellness checks.
In this Q&A with CHOC pediatrician Dr. Rebecca Barros, learn how to keep your children healthy at school this fall.
In this Q & A, Dr. Sheila Modir, a pediatric psychologist, discusses what parents need to know to support their kids going back to school.
There are ways parents and teachers can work together to help ease anxiety for students with autism with these tips from a social worker.
The start of a new school year is a great time to try fresh new ideas with school lunches helping children form healthy habits.
Back-to-school anxiety is real. A pediatric psychologist offers tips for parents on how to help children adjust.
A pediatric ophthalmologist explains why children need a back-to-school eye exam, and explains the 7 signs a child is having trouble seeing.
Brush up on which nutrients your child needs to power them through the school day, and get new ideas for making a healthy school lunch.
Going off to college can be the first time teens manage their own health care. A pediatrician offers advice on making the transition easier.
Head lice can be a pest. Consider these removal and prevention tips from a clinical pharmacist at CHOC to avoid these critters.
As your family falls into a routine for the new school year, be sure to follow these healthy eating tips to ensure good nutrition habits.
Test-taking anxiety symptoms usually first develop during school-age years. Fortunately, test anxiety can be managed and even conquered.
Back to school time can be a stressful time for teens and parents alike. Help your teen start off the new school year successfully