Former patient finds friendship and purpose from CHOC’s AYA Oncology program, enjoys annual CHOC oncology patient ball.
Ear infections and kids: What parents should know
A CHOC expert explains the common signs and symptoms of ear infections and how parents can help their kids.
Playing with tiny, high-powered magnet toys risky for young children
After a surgically removing small magnets from a patient’s belly, a CHOC expert explains how parents can prevent kids from ingesting them.
Seeking Joy: A mental health journey
With help from CHOC, Joy and their family received the tools they need to cope with mental health challenges and accomplish their goals.
Why is my child always sick? A pediatrician answers your questions
Parents with young children may struggle with frequent illness. A CHOC expert explains why and what parents can do to prevent sickness.
Back to school: A guide for parents
CHOC experts offer lunch ideas, stress relief techniques, tips for nervousness and other ways to find success in the new school year.
Parechovirus in infants: What parents should know
With an increase of reported cases of parechovirus in infants under 3 months, a CHOC expert address parents’ fears and answers questions.
Step up for breastfeeding: World Breastfeeding Week
A CHOC lactation consultant shares the benefits of breastfeeding and how to support parents in honor of World Breastfeeding Week.
Should teens use creatine?
A CHOC expert explains why teens shouldn’t use creatine and how they can build muscle and prepare for sports instead.