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Kids Health | January 2014
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5 Dangers of Supplements for Children
While supplements can have benefits, they may not be safe or necessary for every child. Parents should keep
By the Numbers: Blood and Donor Services
January is National Blood Donor month, but CHOC Childrenâ€™s appreciates its blood donors all year long. After all, blood products are needed each and every day to help care for patients.
Protect Against the Flu to Keep Childrenâ€™s Learning on Track
Between fever and body aches, your child really suffers when flu-stricken â€“ but the virus affects more than just your childâ€™s health.
Seasonal Visitor Restrictions in Effect
Thank you in advance for your valued partnership and support in helping CHOC to protect the well being and safety of children and families. Please note the following guidelines.
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Making Sense of Asthma Medication
The number of children with asthma continues to rise, but the evolution of asthma medication means most attacks can now be prevented before they start.
Pop Your Way to a Healthier Day
The start of the 2014 means a renewed focus on healthy eating for many of us. Popcorn can be a low-calorie food and a good source of fiber with air-popped corn.
CHOC Psychologist Offers Tips to Handle Teensâ€™ Bad Attitudes
Dr. Mery Taylor recently stopped by Seacrest Studios to talk about why teens often have bad attitudes, and what parents can do to mitigate the effects of a dour disposition.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
CHOC Comedy Benefit at Brea Improv
Saturday, February 8, 2014
CHOC Cherishes Children Gala - 50 Golden Years of Caring
Sunday, March 23, 2014
CHOC Night at the Honda Center
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