CHOC child life specialists offer tips for parents to help keep their kids endure long wait times at the doctor’s office or ED.
How music can benefit your child’s mental health
A CHOC music therapist explains the benefits of music for mental health, and how families can practice music at home for stress relief.
Identifying eating disorder symptoms in teens
A CHOC dietitian explains the warning signs and symptoms of eating disorders in teens, and what parents should watch for.
THC gummies and other cannabis edibles: What parents should know
Experts from CHOC at Mission Hospital help parents keep their children safe from eating THC gummies that can make them sick.
Bone marrow transplant offers hope and new family: Harper’s story
Diagnosed with the rare cancer MDS, CHOC’s Blood and Marrow Transplant Program connected Harper with an unrelated donor.
Neurofibromatosis type 1 patient benefits from multidisciplinary expertise of care team
After irregular freckles lead to 4-year-old Jax’s NF1 diagnosis, more than a dozen CHOC specialists teamed up to treat her.
Window covering cords still can be fatal to young ones
With Aaron’s story, learn how you can protect your children from accidental strangulation with window covering cords.
Preventing child drowning: Tips from a pediatric intensive care unit doctor
Read about one family’s tragic experience with drowning and get tips to prevent children from drowning during the swimming season.
Overcoming an eating disorder
Unable to manage her eating disorder at home, Suzette was admitted to CHOC’s comprehensive eating disorders program.