Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) occurs when a small amount of acidic stomach fluid or food in the stomach goes back up into the esophagus (swallowing tube).
Thanksgiving is centered on gratitude and sharing a bountiful meal with family and friends. Avoid overeating this holiday season with these easy steps.
CHOC Children's child life specialists and parents play an important role in helping siblings cope with the NICU.
There are several things parents can do to prepare their older children for visiting the NICU.
Choosing your child’s primary care doctor is important. A CHOC Children’s pediatrician offers tips to help parents make the right decision for their child.
Everyone has the responsibility to prevent unwanted medication exposures. Keep in mind these simple ways to keep kids safe this Halloween.
Lauren Bojorquez, PT, DPT has been a physical therapist at CHOC Children’s for 6 years, working with kids with neurodevelopmental and orthopedic diagnoses.
The appreciation for bacteria living in our gut, and how it affects our health, is quickly gaining traction. Studies have shown that the 100 trillion microbes that live in and on the human body, called the microbiome, play an important role in overall health, including diabetes, celiac disease, allergy and autism.