Pediatrics

Many children may require occupational, physical and speech therapy services

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • August 25, 2022

Nearsightedness has gone up significantly due to looking at small digital screens for hours during the pandemic, according to UCLA ophthalmologists.

By uclahealth • August 23, 2022

Dr. Moira Szilagyi, also a pediatrician with UCLA Health, testified at a gun violence legislation hearing after the Uvalde shooting

By Sandy Cohen • August 22, 2022

Along with COVID-19 spreading, measles and polio are reappearing

By Sandy Cohen • August 18, 2022

During National Breastfeeding Month, and all year round, help is available for families

By Sandy Cohen • July 26, 2022

The program is closing in on transplanting its 500th heart into a child recipient

By uclahealth • July 18, 2022

The team transplants 10 to 13 hearts in pediatric patients annually, with excellent survival rates

By uclahealth • July 18, 2022

Protection is now available for children as young as 6 months

By Sandy Cohen • June 29, 2022

There is abundant evidence, both scientific and anecdotal, that interacting with a dog or other type of therapy animal can be beneficial to hospital patients

By Ask the Doctors • June 6, 2022

Pinworms, also known as Enterobius vermicularis, are the most common cause of worm infections in the United States

By Ask the Doctors • May 30, 2022