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.
Veer was born with a hole in his heart called ventricular septal defect, and needed surgery to repair it when he was four years old. Today, he's thriving.
Heavy periods, also known as dysmenorrhea, can be painful, and is one of the most common medical problems teen girls face.
Most babies are great eaters, but toddlers can be notoriously picky eaters. A CHOC Children's pediatrician offers tips for parents of picky eaters.
Illness and injury shouldn’t dim the brightness of the holidays for kids. Preserve the magic of childhood for our patients by supporting CHOC Children’s this holiday season.