In its new guidance, the AAP calls on pediatricians to support parents to breastfeed for two years or more for health benefits.
CHOC awarded $2.3-million grant to study how toxic stress and unpredictability in the early environment affects neurodevelopment
CHOC, in partnership with UC Irvine & Chapman University, received a grant to screen patients for adverse childhood experiences.
CHOC leads first ED study on adverse childhood experiences and prevalence of food and housing insecurity
CHOC’s Emergency Department is leading a study on how food and housing insecurity impacts children’s health and environment.
CHOC studies child maltreatment during COVID-19, adopts new tools to better recognize signs of abuse
With COVID-19 restrictions, a critical question has emerged: Are children suffering more physical and emotional maltreatment at home?
The grant helps CHOC to train community providers on incorporating Adverse Childhood Experiences screenings into their clinical practice.