The reopening of schools will provide the necessary food variety and routine some children have lacked over the past year, UCLA Health experts say.
My husband and I have four kids and our third child is missing a piece of a chromosome, has a brain abnormality called agenesis of the corpus callosum, epilepsy and developmental delays. He has a rare form of a rare syndrome of which there have only been 200 documented cases [...]
“If somebody is scared of needles, we will use real medical equipment and poke them into stuffed animals so they can see what will happen and we can desensitize them to what they’re afraid of,” says Ada Bodolay, a clinical educator and child life specialist at UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital. [...]
After the easygoing days of summer, autumn’s arrival can feel like an abrupt return to reality, ramping up stress. But getting back into the school-year groove and facing the upcoming holiday season don’t have to wreak havoc on your nerves. Here are seven tips to help you start the [...]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c4iIhCE_b4 With children starting school earlier than usual this year, UCLA pediatrician Dr. Piper Calasanti reminds families to schedule a visit to their healthcare provider for necessary vaccinations, especially for diseases such as whooping cough and measles, which have increased in prevalence in California over the past year. [...]