With EV, RV and EV-D68 viruses causing some pediatric hospitalizations, a CHOC expert answers parents’ common questions.
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.
Omicron COVID-19 variant and children: What parents should know
With the new Omicron variant rapidly spreading through the U.S., a CHOC infectious disease specialist answers parents’ common questions.
What activities are safe for children too young for the COVID-19 vaccine?
A pediatric infectious disease expert helps parents choose which activities are safe for kids still too young to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Preventing colds in children as COVID-19 restrictions ease
As COVID-19 precautionary measures begin relaxing, an increase in colds and viruses are expected – especially for children.
Does the COVID-19 vaccine cause infertility?
A CHOC pediatric infectious disease specialist helps settle the misconception that the COVID-19 vaccine affects fertility.
Face coverings during COVID-19: Answers to common questions
Get answers to your frequently asked COVID-19 questions in this Q&A with CHOC infectious disease experts.
What we’re thankful for this year: 2020
Despite the countless challenges brought on by 2020, the clinicians, staff and patients of CHOC have retained a sense of gratitude.
Why getting a flu shot is more important than ever this year
It’s important that each member of your family get their flu shot every year. This is especially true this year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.