The no. 1 reason for children suffering from a window fall is furniture placed below – and that is exactly what happened with Lauren.
Dr. Sharief Taraman
A year ago, Jenae Vancura joined an elite group of college and high school students for a unique and innovative summer internship program at CHOC. The interns shadowed physicians, joined doctors on their rounds and attended meetings with a wide range of professionals in the medical field. The days were long. The work was challenging. […]
By Jacob Werkmeister My journey with CHOC started on Dec. 18, 2016, when my dad and I were hit by a car. The weeks following the accident were terrifying, and my 18-month rehabilitation process afterward was physically and mentally challenging. Now, I’m doing incredibly well and so is my dad. My dad and I were […]
As a parent or coach, knowing what to do after concussions occur is important. A CHOC pediatric neurologist offers tips on what to do.
A pediatric neurologist offers advice for parents on keeping their child’s headaches at bay, the importance of identifying a pattern in your child’s headaches, options for treatment, and what types of headache warrant a trip to the emergency department.
When Rayann was 16 months old, he caught what seemed like a cold. Soon, he was in CHOC’s pediatric intensive care unit fighting for his life.
Three pediatric experts from CHOC discuss the teen brain and offer advice for parents on how to better understand and connect with their teen.