01/19/21

Tips for coping with political stress

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01/15/21

Talking to children about tragic events

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01/07/21

Fiber for kids: High fiber recipes for kids

By Christina Sharkey, clinical dietitian at CHOC Adequate and proper nutrition is important for a child’s normal growth and development and since January is National Fiber Focus month, this is a great time to make sure that you and your family are getting enough fiber in your diet. Fiber is a beneficial part of our … continue reading

12/30/20

Ringing in the new year cancer-free

Skinnier arms and legs and exhaustion to the point of taking naps. These were the initial signs that left Jamie wondering if there was something wrong with her 5-year-old son, Jacob. Weeks later, the most alarming sign appeared: blood clots in his urine.   Jacob was taken to his local pediatrician and it was there a large lump … continue reading

12/29/20

Window falls and children: Lauren’s story

With a New Year’s Eve party a few hours away, Ruth Chi sent her 5-year-old daughter, Lauren, upstairs for a quick nap to ensure she’d have the energy needed later to ring in 2018. Ruth had just turned her attention back to party prep in the kitchen when she heard yelling upstairs. Suddenly, her eldest … continue reading

12/16/20

Celebrating winter holidays during COVID

With the holiday season in full swing, and COVID-19 cases rising both in our community and around the country, families are making plans to observe their favorite traditions in a much different way than in years past. CHOC experts provide the following recommendations for how to celebrate the winter holidays safely amid COVID-19. “The holiday … continue reading

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