New treatment for epilepsy helps Bryce get back on the court

Responsive neurostimulation (RNS), a new therapy for epilepsy, helped 11-year-old CHOC patient Bryce become nearly seizure-free.

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How to talk to children about war

Talking to children about big, scary topics like war can be intimidating for even the most seasoned of parents, but these tips from a CHOC pediatric psychologist can provide a roadmap for parents during this important conversation.

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Aurora, 18 months, becomes the first graduate of CHOC’s Cardiac GI Nutrition Clinic

Born with heart disease, Aurora developed a negative association with breastfeeding and formula. Now, she can enjoy eating solid foods.

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Individualized Education Program (IEP) resources for parents

An IEP is an Individualized Education Program that develops the educational program for the student with disabilities.

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Signs of eating disorders in children and teens

CHOC experts point out signs that a child or teen is struggling with an eating disorder like anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or ARFID.

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Pet allergies and kids: What parents should know

Families love their pets, but what do they do if they are causing allergy or asthma symptoms for their kids? CHOC experts are here to help.

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