A philanthropic initiative from Disney, a longtime CHOC partner, is infusing additional joy and magic to the hospital experience for patients and families
Vanessa Avina was more interested in viewing the monitor for her heart ultrasound than watching a cartoon. Now she’s majoring in pre-med biology
Children with autism can be five times more likely to develop feeding difficulties, but these strategies can help caregivers and children alike.
Dr. Angela Dangvu, a CHOC pediatric expert, answers parents’ commonly asked questions about teenagers and the COVID-19 vaccine.
Tonsillectomy technique speeds return to normal diet, reduces pain
Kids from all over the United States have come to CHOC for Brineura treatment since it first was offered in March 2017