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CHOC offers two sleep center locations in Orange, CA, and Mission Viejo, CA, for overnight and daytime sleep studies to test children for sleep problems.
CHOC's Sleep Disorder Center specializes in diagnosing and treating sleep apnea in children.
The CHOC Sleep Center has two locations that are designed for quiet and comfort, with technologists that are friendly, calming and experienced with children.
At CHOC, we know sleep problems affect children's health. We have a fellowship-trained team and the latest monitoring technology to treat apnea and more.
Disrupting these circadian rhythms with early school start times can cause chronic sleep deprivation, which leads to increased risk for obesity, depression, poor academic performance, substance abuse and driving accidents.
It's important to establish good sleep habits for children, especially if they're keeping mom and dad awake at night. Follow these tips from CHOC's experts.
Teens need more sleep than the average person, and lack of sleep can lead to problems. Follow these tips from CHOC's experts.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS is the sudden and unexplained death of an infant under one year of age, usually during periods of sleep.
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When your child snores a condition called sleep apnea may be the reason. There are two types, central and obstructive. Obstructive is a greater concern.
Children older than 6 months should sleep through the night. If they have trouble sleeping, they may have childhood insomnia, a condition treated at CHOC.
At CHOC's Sleep Disorder Center, we provide overnight monitoring to test children for narcolepsy, as well as the latest treatments to manage the symptoms.
CHOC Children's is pleased to offer a one-year, full time, pre-doctoral internship in pediatric psychology. The internship is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
The CHOC Cherese Mari Laulhere Mental Health Inpatient Center is the only inpatient psychiatric center in OC exclusively dedicated to treat children ages 3-17 with mental illness.
CHOC's Neurodiagnostics Lab performs EEGs, long-term video EEG monitoring, EMG and NCV studies, sleep studies and Wada testing on children.
Dr. Heather Huszti, CHOC's chief psychologist, tells U.S. News and World Report about the different types of depression and offers coping tips.
Tics are movements or sounds that are repeated that a child cannot control, such as throat clearing and eye squinting. CHOC psychologists can help.
How to refer for pediatric diagnostic services at CHOC Children's, Orange County
Medical professionals talk about their healthiest habits that anyone could implement in their everyday lives. Here are their 30 best pieces of advice for living well.
Setting screentime guidelines can help parents avoid battles with their kids. “Up to two hours a day is reasonable,” says Dr. Galion. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under the age of two have limited screen time.
Information provided by Dr. Adrianne Alpern Ph.D. a child psychologist at CHOC Children’s Hospital on warning signs of depression in teens.
If your baby has recently been admitted to the NICU at CHOC Children’s, we can answer any questions you have about the care your child is receiving.
We offer the only place in the Western United States for children to receive comprehensive and coordinated treatment for mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS).
If you’re one of those moms or dads, you may be wondering if you gave your kid all the pearls of parental wisdom he or she needs to survive life out there on their own.