In this installment of Ask a CHOC Doc, an adolescent medicine specialist answers a submitted question on how to safely gain weight.
Olivia spent her first seven months in the CHOC Children’s neonatal intensive care unit. The more music therapy sessions she had, the more relaxed she became.
The female athlete triad, commonly called “the triad,” consists of three health concerns: disordered eating, low bone density (osteoporosis), and loss of periods (amenorrhea).
Spring is not simply a good opportunity for traditional spring cleaning, but also an ideal time to make positive changes to your eating habits.
Heavy periods, also known as dysmenorrhea, can be painful, and is one of the most common medical problems teen girls face.