The percentage of kids and teens treated each year for suicidal thoughts or attempts has increased steadily, according to a recent study.
The CHOC Breathmobile removes barriers for children and their families who may be unable to access preventive asthma care.
Focusing on things too close for a prolonged period puts excessive strain on the eyes and has been found to hasten the progression of myopia.
Final exams are right around the corner and teens may be tempted with dangerous stimulants to cram in some last-minute late-night studying.
The food you put in your body affects far beyond the taste buds. A CHOC pharmacist explains food and drug interactions.
Your child has a runny nose. Is it a cold, sinus infection or allergies? And what can you do to help? CHOC experts offer advice.
January is National Blood Donor Month. But at CHOC, blood donations are needed all year long. For more information call: 714-509-8339
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines on how much screen time is appropriate for children.
Here’s a guide to help you understand the ingredients in your sunscreen, and how each of them is important in helping protect your family.