A clinical pharmacy resident answers an asthma sufferer’s submitted question on how to properly use a spacer with a handheld inhaler.
Ask a CHOC Doctor
In this installment of Ask a CHOC Doc, an adolescent medicine specialist answers a submitted question on how to safely gain weight.
A pair of CHOC Docs answer a submitted question on the warning signs and treatment of endometriosis.
In this installment of Ask a CHOC Doc, we answer a parent’s submitted question on the best way to give medicine. Find out why kitchen spoons aren’t best.
Palpitations, also known as irregular heartbeats, are most likely caused by non-heart-related triggers. A pediatric cardiologist explains when they’re a sign of something more.
Contrary to its name, a medicine cabinet in the bathroom is not the best place to store medications.
A clinical pharmacy resident explains why your child must finish the entire course of their antibiotics as prescribed by their doctor– even if they’re already feeling better.