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.
Three pediatric experts from CHOC Children's discuss the teen brain and offer advice for parents on how to better understand and connect with their teen.
Going off, or returning to, college can be the first time teens manage their own health care. A pediatrician offers advice on making this transition easier.
The holiday season is a festive time, but can present unique challenges for children with food allergies and their parents.
Eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to forgo all the holiday goodies your family loves! These easy healthy holiday eating tips can have a big impact.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines on how much screen time is appropriate for children.
A clinical pharmacist at CHOC Children's offers tips on getting children to follow medication directions.
An infectious disease pharmacist explains basic safety practices of antibiotics and what questions to ask your doctor as they're prescribing medication.
As your family prepares for the fun tradition of trick-or-treating, keep in mind these easy Halloween safety tips, from the CHOC community education team.