As beach season kicks into high gear, swimmers, surfers and sunbathers should be mindful that one wrong step can turn a fun beach day into a total wipeout.
CHOC community educators share sunscreen and sun safety tips to help you protect your family from sunburn and dehydration.
Drowning tends to peak in summer months. A CHOC pediatrician discusses secondary drowning, another danger, albeit rare, that parents should be aware of.
Dr. Heather Huszti, chief psychologist at CHOC Children’s, offers insight on the warning signs of depression and suicide in children and adolescents.
CHOC Children’s community educators offer these water safety tips to ensure your family has a safe and worry-free summer.
CHOC Children's has made tremendous progress on its landmark effort to ensure children and young adults with mental illness get the services they need.
Clinical dietitians discuss Phenylketonuria, a rare genetically-inherited disorder that occurs in one in 10,000 to 15,000 newborns in the United States.
A CHOC Children's pediatric resident discusses some of parent's most frequent questions about the HPV vaccine and their child.
Cheerleading is a physically demanding sport, but athletes may be overlooking some of the more serious injuries, according to a sports medicine specialist.
Experts from The Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders discuss tips for parents related to safety and kids with autism spectrum disorder.