With COVID-19 restrictions, a critical question has emerged: Are children suffering more physical and emotional maltreatment at home?
The doctors believe the study could shed light on such critical issues as the role that kids play in the spread of SARS-CoV-2.
This year several lessons have emerged on not only how to continue research during a crisis, but how to keep it thriving, even in a pandemic.
CHOC virtual pediatric lecture series continues with a session on COVID-19 in children with Dr. Antonio Arrieta and Dr. Jasjit Singh.
The on-campus daycare ensured hospital staff had safe care for their kids while they care for the community’s children during COVID-19.
It’s possible that the plasma of recovered COVID-19 patients may have antibodies that could help in the treatment of others with COVID-19.