Infantile spasms are a medical emergency. Immediate treatment is critical because many children go on to develop other forms of epilepsy.
In recognition of prematurity awareness month, we’re highlighting Dr. Kushal Bhakta, medical director of CHOC Children’s Small Baby Unit (SBU).
An infectious disease pharmacist explains basic safety practices of antibiotics and what questions to ask your doctor as they're prescribing medication.
Ian began sleepwalking as a toddler, which turned out to be seizures. Thanks to testing and epilepsy surgery at CHOC Children's, he is now seizure free.
Meet graduates of the Small Baby Unit at CHOC Children's.The unit is designed for babies born at less than 28 weeks gestation or weigh less than 1,000 grams.
Meet Amanda Traylor, a pediatric physical therapist and learn more about how CHOC physical therapy complements other hospital care teams.
As an internationally-recognized expert in interventional pediatric cardiology Dr. Michael Recto treats children with serious congenital heart defects.
Clinical pharmacists at CHOC Children's offer advice for parents on how to maximize their relationship with their pharmacist, and how pharmacists help.
Children ages two to 18 should have less than 25 grams of added sugars per day- but does 25 grams of added sugars look like?
Meet Kathy, a member of CHOC Children's Family Advisory Council, who stands ready to help a fellow parent of a child contending with epilepsy.