CHOC Children's Kids Health | March 2019
Screen Time

Screen time: How much is too much?

Dr. Katherine Williamson, a CHOC Children's pediatrician, was featured on SiriusXM's Doctor Radio with tips for parents looking to cut back on screen time. Plus, she shared the long-term physical, emotional and mental health effects of too much screen time.

Listen to a pediatrician's advice
Music Therapy

The power of music therapy: Olivia’s story

Olivia was unexpectedly born two months premature and spent the first seven months of her life in the CHOC Children’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The more music therapy sessions Olivia had, the more relaxed she became in a sometimes-stressful hospital environment.

Meet Olivia and her music therapist
CHOC Tower

Career advice from CHOC Children's physician, nursing leaders

In celebration of International Women’s Day, CHOC female physician and nursing leaders offered insight and words of encouragement to women seeking careers in medicine.

Read their advice and pass it on
CHOC Follies 2019

CHOC Follies tickets now on sale

During the annual CHOC Follies, community members gather to sing and dance in support of CHOC’s mission to advance children’s health. Proceeds from this event support the care, services, education and research that CHOC provides in our community.

Buy tickets today
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