Pediatrics

A runny nose this time of year – during the pandemic – can be unsettling

By Sandy Cohen • March 31, 2022

Read all the facts on flat head syndrome and how to decrease your infant's risk.

By uclahealth • March 17, 2022

Parents should initiate the conversation, says UCLA Health’s Dr. Melissa Brymer

By Sandy Cohen • March 10, 2022

Pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders always appear in proximity to a strep infection

By Ask the Doctors • March 9, 2022

The disease, caused by a fungus, is endemic in California’s Central Valley

By uclahealth • March 3, 2022

Learn more about lead poisoning and how you can protect your child from exposure.

By uclahealth • February 17, 2022

'We need to keep pushing to give every kid the best care,' says the pediatric orthopaedic trauma surgeon.

By uclahealth • February 3, 2022

UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital tailors program to the individual patient based on development, needs

By uclahealth • January 19, 2022

The stomach flu is different from the actual flu, and typically arises from infection with a different set of viruses

By Ask the Doctors • January 17, 2022

'They bridge what happens in science to medicine, with a focus on disorders that affect the most vulnerable of our population, and that’s the children,' says Dr. Sherin Devaskar

By Sandy Cohen • January 4, 2022