When life gets busy, making homemade meals can fall by the wayside. A CHOC Children's nutritionist offers healthy meal prep tips for busy parents.
Appendicitis, sometimes mistaken by parents as a bad stomachache, can be difficult to diagnose in younger children, who can’t adequately describe pain.
When Kim was 17, she was at CHOC fighting cancer. Ten years later she returned as a registered nurse, fighting alongside oncology patients.
Final exams are right around the corner and teens may be tempted with dangerous stimulants to cram in some last-minute late-night studying.
Teen girls who experience irregular or missed periods may be suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a condition where hormones become out of balance.
When preparing for a new baby, most parents consider baby proofing their home, but the nursery is often overlooked, says a CHOC community educator.
Follow along for a day in the life of Dr. Peter Yu, pediatric surgeon at CHOC Children's. You’ll never guess what he does by 7:00 a.m.
A first-aid kit and a well-stocked family medicine cabinet can help families contend with a variety of ailments that children might experience.
The food you put in your body affects far beyond the taste buds. A CHOC Children's pharmacist explains food and drug interactions.