CHOC | Kids Health April 2021
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What parents should know about teens and COVID vaccines

The COVID-19 vaccine and teens: What parents should know

With California teenagers ages 16 years and older now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, parents may have questions about the vaccine and what to expect afterward. A CHOC pediatrician answers common questions.

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Pediatric psychologist works with children with autism

A day in the life of a pediatric psychologist who supports children with autism

Dr. Jina Jang spends her work days supporting children who are receiving care at the Thompson Autism Center at CHOC, a centralized place for children to receive early diagnoses, advanced therapy and the possibility to reach their full potential.

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Helping children cope with mass violence

Helping children cope with mass violence

Incidents of mass violence, where several people are injured or killed, can affect the entire community. A CHOC pediatric psychologist offers insight into possible reactions from children and strategies to help.

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The importance of sports physicals

The importance of sports physicals – especially after a COVID-19 diagnosis

With youth sports beginning to resume after a prolonged COVID-19 prompted off season, a CHOC pediatrician explains why sports physicals are critical.

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US News 2020-21 for KH enews
U.S. News & World Report has ranked CHOC as one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals in the 2020-21 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings.

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