CHOC Children’s Emergency Nurse Earns National Recognition for Excellence - September 14, 2020
20 bold predictions for health IT in the next 5 years - September 11, 2020
Adam Gold, chief technology officer at CHOC Children's, joins other healthcare executives in sharing bold predictions about the future of health IT.
Children’s hospital throws socially distanced prom for cancer patients - August 21, 2020
A look inside the 19th annual CHOC Children’s Oncology Ball presented by The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation.
The Julia and George Argyros Emergency Department at CHOC Children's Hospital was recognized for exceptional, innovative performance.
CHOC recognized as one of nation’s best children’s hospitals - June 16, 2020
Homeward Bound: CHOC Children’s Thompson Autism Center - June 15, 2020
From Healthcare Design – CHOC wanted to design a centralized facility to raise awareness, support, interventions, assessment, therapy, education and research for children and families affected by ASD.
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This COVID-19 practice: Your neurologist can see you now. Practices open amid lingering coronavirus concerns - June 4, 2020
While serving scores of patients via telehealth in socially distant times, neurologists foresee the challenges of reopening their offices before the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
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Working in partnership with hospital and physician leaders, Herrscher will be responsible for advancing CHOC as a leading destination for cutting-edge cancer care for children and young adults.
When to worry about a child’s stomachache, according to experts - April 29, 2020
Children tend to get stomachaches often. How can parents know if something is seriously wrong, or if it's just a run-of-the-mill pain that will go away on its own?
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Virtual pet therapy, a floor for potential cases: How children’s hospitals responded to coronavirus - April 28, 2020
“What worries us most is that families are afraid to come seek appropriate care,” Dr. Andreeff said. “If we’re not vaccinating our kids on time, that might be worse for our pediatric population than coronavirus.”
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If Mom and Dad are dieting, what about the kids? Should they also follow these diets, or do growing children need a more balanced diet?
How much of a risk does the coronavirus pose to children? - March 24, 2020
Data on the novel coronavirus currently has shown very few cases of serious illness or death in children and young adults, but experts say that doesn’t mean they’re immune or will not become infected.
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CRISPR is a sort of “molecular scissors” that allows scientists to cut out and insert custom genetic code into DNA strands.