5 strategies to help children with autism and feeding difficulties

If you have a child or loved one with ASD, here are some strategies that you can use to ensure your child eats a healthy diet.

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A day in the life of a pediatric psychologist who supports children with autism

How a pediatric psychologist, Dr. Jina Jang spends her work days supporting children who are receiving care at the Thompson Autism Center at CHOC.

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Helping children cope with mass violence

Incidents of mass violence can affect the entire community. Get insight from a pediatric psychologist into how to help kids cope.

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A cheeseburger, please: Tonsillectomy technique speeds return to normal diet, reduces pain

How intracapsular tonsillectomy – a new technique championed at CHOC, protects the muscle underneath, resulting in less risk of bleeding after surgery, vastly decreased pain after surgery, and a rapid return to normal diet.

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Why sports physicals are important – especially after a COVID-19 diagnosis

Research shows that sometimes after a COVID-19 infection, a patient has a small risk of developing myocarditis (inflammation of the heart) or multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, also known as MIS-C, an inflammation of multiple areas of the body.

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Beating COVID-19 and MISC-9: Matthew’s story

When 20-year-old Matthew came down with a mild case of COVID-19 before the holidays, he thought it had run its course. He didn’t expect to end up with MIS-C and in the hospital – much less, the one where his mom had worked for 15 years.

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