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.
As a baby crawls around touching objects, listens to their parent sing songs, or puts things in their mouth, they are learning via sensory experiences.
Your child has a runny nose. Is it a cold, sinus infection or allergies? And what can you do to help? CHOC experts offer advice.
Toddlers are suffering eye burns as a result of coming into contact with laundry packets. Learn what parents need to know about this household danger.
Stretching can often take a back seat to your exercise routine and sport-related activities, but it's an essential part of conditioning or physical therapy.
There’s no better time than Brain Awareness Week to get a little more familiar with your melon. Test your knowledge with this brain quiz.