Medications can have harmful consequences if they are not properly handled. The following steps will help you ensure the medication in your home is properly disposed.
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Looking for help to plan healthy meals for your family? A registered dietitian at CHOC Children's walks parents through a few features of the USDA Choose My Plate program.
As a parent or coach, knowing what to do after concussions occur is important. A CHOC Children's pediatrifc neurologist offers tips on what to do and what not to do.
One in five students age 12-18 in the U.S. have experienced bullying. CHOC Children's teen advisers and CHOC psychologists weigh in on how to help.
Back-to-school anxiety is real. Transitioning from carefree summer days into a structured school day can be stressful for children. A pediatric psychologist offers tips for parents on how to help children adjust.
Proper vaccination is important for all people, but especially infants and babies. When children follow the recommended immunization schedule they're better protected against potentially life-threatening diseases.
An increasing number of children are being diagnosed with food allergies. The most common are milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, wheat, soy and sesame.
SUDEP occurs when someone with epilepsy suddenly dies unexpectedly and the cause is not related to an accident or seizure emergency.