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Kids Health | May 2014

Five Arthritis Myths Busted

Arthritis is not just a grandmother’s disease. In fact, one in 10 of every 10,000 children will be diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis every year in the United States, and an estimated 70,000 children have the condition nationwide.

Prom Safety Tips for Parents

Prom night may be a rite of passage for teens, but it can also produce a host of worries for parents, school administrators and law enforcement officials.

All Patients are Family for CHOC’s Mother, Daughter Physicians

Dr. Neda Zadeh has a special nickname for her mentor at CHOC Children’s: Mom.

The Importance of Play

Play is the foundation to learning how to communicate and interact with others. Through play, children learn new vocabulary and begin to understand new concepts.
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