A study recently published in the Journal of Child Neurology suggests that children may outgrow autism. A pediatric neurologist explains what this means for children and parents.
Just over a year ago, CHOC Children’s celebrated the completion of the Mental Health Inpatient Center―the only inpatient psychiatric facility for children younger than 12 in Orange County. Learn more about what makes our Center unique.
Veer was born with a hole in his heart called ventricular septal defect, and needed surgery to repair it when he was four years old. Today, he's thriving.
Launching a new era for emergency transport services at CHOC Children’s, the “CHOC1” helicopter landed for the first time last year.
Gracie's parents were heartbroken to disocver she had severe to profound hearing loss. After receiving cochlear implants, her language skills now exceed most normal hearing children.