Threats to bone health are increasingly a pediatric concern. Genetic or acquired disorders can compromise the expected gains in bone quantity and quality
Dr. Jenna Timboe highlights a case of a 4-month-old presenting with hypotonia, also known as “rag doll” syndrome.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Chantal Boisvert, neuro-ophthalmologist, addresses optic neuritis in pediatric patients.
This CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, featuring Dr. Laura Pruitt, pediatric resident, PGY-3, provides an overview of the syndromes of DRESS, SJS and TEN to compare the similarities and highlight the differences of these distinct diseases.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Chris Koutures, pediatrician and sports medicine specialist, addresses common nutritional concerns shared by pediatricians treating school-aged athletes, dancers and other performers.
While our current NICU services are among the best in the country, we can do more. Our goal is to expand the NICU to better meet the growing demand for our services in a technologically advanced setting that can handle the most critically ill babies.
The Anaheim Ducks make their 2015 holiday visit to the patients at CHOC Children's.
Concussions can be complicated and multifaceted, as patients usually present with various combinations of neurologic, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms.
Palliative care in infants and children is a critical and evolving field - Speakers: Dr. Sirisha Perugu, CHOC Children’s neonatologist, and Meg Mohr, FNP-BC, MSN, coordinator of CHOC’s pediatric advanced care team
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recognized insufficient sleep as a public health concern, says CHOC Children’s pulmonologist Dr. John Saito.
The CHOC Follies 2015 musical production features many talented Orange County residents singing and dancing to raise funds for CHOC Children’s.
Esaid R. was born with a cleft lip and palate and is treated at CHOC Children's in Orange, CA.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Eric Handler, Orange County public health officer, highlights a unique public-private partnership focused on eliminating hunger and reducing food waste.
Jordin J. was born with Sickle Cell Disease and she regularly visits CHOC Children's in Orange, CA.
Luke C. was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia when he was two years old after visiting the Emergency Department at CHOC Children's for a fever.
Watch this inside look video to see how CHOC Children’s is a better hospital–and the best place to bring kids in any medical situation, because of you.
Thanks to your generous contributions, child life specialists like Lauren can provide specialized care to 50 more kids per day in our emergency department.