CHOC | Kids Health May 2022
When your child is hurt or sick, it may be hard to know the best place to take them for care.
Use CHOC's guide to determine where to go for care based on your child's symptoms.

Introducing CHOC's ultimate guides on mental health topics

In recognition of May's Mental Health Awareness Month, CHOC has put together six comprehensive, resource-filled guides with advice from CHOC experts on timely mental health topics like anxiety, depression, bullying, suicide prevention, ADHD and eating disorders.

Explore the guides

I'm the parent of an infant during the formula shortage, what do I do?

We know this might be a scary time for families of infants. To help, CHOC’s clinical nutrition and lactation services team has guidance for families to help navigate formula options and keep their children safe.

Get help

What is high-functioning depression and high-functioning anxiety?

Increasingly, kids, teens and adults with depression or anxiety are being referred to as "high-functioning" in communities. But a CHOC expert explains that it is not a clinical term and warns that it can be harmful.

Debunk "high-functioning"

Overcoming sudden cardiac arrest: Henry's story

When getting ready to play a football game at lunch, 13-year-old Henry suddenly collapsed and was unresponsive. Learn how CHOC helped Henry overcome sudden cardiac arrest and the warning signs to watch for.

Meet Henry
As a non-profit health system, CHOC relies on community support to provide leading-edge care for infants, children and adolescents close to home.
Visit to learn more.
US News 2021-22 for KH enews
U.S. News & World Report has ranked CHOC as one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals in the 2021-22 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings.

Please consider sharing this message with your friends.