A pediatric expert answers parents’ commonly asked questions about teenagers, kids 12-15, and the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Angela Dangvu
Dr. Dangvu offers tips to help protect tiny hands against dryness without compromising thorough hand washing that’s so critical during the pandemic.
Kids are still kids, even during a pandemic – they play, they get sick and sometimes they get hurt. We spoke to Dr. Angela Dangvu, a CHOC pediatrician, about what parents can do to keep kids safe this summer. COVID-19 precautions With no vaccine currently available, the best way to prevent illness is to avoid […]
By Dr. Angela Dangvu, a CHOC Children’s pediatrician As a pediatrician, I spend much of my day doing well child visits for my patients. A big part of those appointments is looking at a child’s growth. Parents are usually interested in knowing their child’s weight and height percentiles, but they rarely ask directly about body […]
Moments after a baby is born a brief exam is conducted. The thorough exam checks the baby’s head, eyes, ears, mouth, heart and hips. Most babies are fine, but some could have difficulty breathing or aren’t transitioning from the in utero environment to the outside world.