Three pediatric experts from CHOC Children's discuss the teen brain and offer advice for parents on how to better understand and connect with their teen.
Meet Ryden, a brave warrior who's endured three heart surgeries at CHOC Children's Hospital. His mom Kayleen shares his story in honor of heart month.
Daniel was just 13 when Dr. Richard Gates performed surgery on his heart at CHOC Children's. Eight years later Daniel returned to CHOC as a security officer.
Lauren's arrhythmia has been repaired and her quality of life dramatically improved thanks to emerging technology and the skill of a CHOC cardiologist.
Two oncologists have joined the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children's, both fellowship trained at two of the country’s top cancer programs.
Dr. Wyman Lai, an expert in fetal cardiology, is the new medical director of echocardiography at CHOC and co-medical director of the CHOC Heart Institute.
In some cases, medical, minimally-invasive, or surgical therapy may be needed. Medications may be started before and after the surgery to improve heart and lung function.
Occupational therapy at CHOC Children's are highly skilled and trained to help children of all ages who have unique needs.
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).