Many might picture a stroke patient as middle aged or elderly, but the reality is strokes occur in people of all ages, a CHOC Children’s neurologist says.
Dr. Mitchell Katz, a CHOC Children's pediatric gastroenterologist appeared on the radio program "Good Food" on KCRW to offer insight into feeding challenges.
Experts from The Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders discuss tips for parents related to safety and kids with autism spectrum disorder.
CHOC Children's has incorporated new guidelines for screening and treating depression and anxiety in cystic fibrosis patients and parents.
A CHOC Children's clinical dietitian explains the health benefits of various milk products and offers advice on choosing the right one for your family.
Penelope had normal hearing the day she was born. When she was 10 months old something changed. Learn how CHOC helped her hear with a cochlear implant.
The occupational therapy program at CHOC helps children develop or improve important skills for daily life. Meet Chelsey, a CHOC occupational therapist.
In honor of National Trisomy Awareness Month, genetic counselors from CHOC Children's Metabolic Clinic offer education to parents on common trisomies.
A CHOC Children's geneticist discusses neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), including what parents can look for and how it's treated.
The team of child life specialists at CHOC Children's strives to normalize the hospital environment for patients so they can focus on feeling better.