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.
Dr. Geetha Puthenveetil is a pediatric hematologist who cares for patients with sickle cell disease at CHOC Children's.
CHOC celebrated the start of construction on the first inpatient mental health center in Orange County as part of a transformative mental health initiative.
A pediatric plastic surgeon specializing in reconstructive plastic surgery including including clefts and craniofacial anomalies has joined CHOC Children's.
Sweating is a natural part of puberty, but teens experiencing excessive and/or unpredictable sweating may suffer from a condition called hyperhidrosis
A CHOC Children's pediatric neurologist addresses repeated involuntary movements called tics, which are most prevalent in children.