A child with chronic ear infections or one for whom hearing loss or speech delay are suspected due to fluid buildup, may be a candidate for ear tubes.
Carbon monoxide is a gas you cannot see, taste or smell, and it can be extremely dangerous to children when they’re exposed to unhealthy levels.
To help improve trends in our own community, CHOC Children’s is pleased to launch a new formal food and nutrition philosophy.
The new year is a great time to kick start healthy habits with your children that can be practiced all year long. A CHOC Children's pediatrician offers tips.
What ailments parents should keep a close watch for this season, and when to see the pediatrician.
Children in California are now required to ride in rear-facing car seats until age 2, under new state legislation.
Here we share just a few highlights of CHOC’s year in 2016. We look forward to serving your family and our community in the years to come.
Dry and cracked hands are a common side effect of winter months in children. Parents can take a few steps to help protect tiny hands against dryness.
CHOC Champions are young industry professionals using their unique skillset to benefit children being treated at CHOC Children’s.