These are hard topics to discuss, and parents may be wondering how to talk to kids about racism. Here’s advice from pediatric mental health experts.
A pediatric psychologist offers coping tips for parents and children living in uncertain times such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is no vaccine for 2019-nCoV. The best way to prevent infection is to avoid exposure in the first place.
Taking care of your mental health, and your children’s mental health, is particularly important during a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic we’re currently living through.
Here, we share information parents should know about PIMS in this Q&A with Dr. Negar Ashouri, pediatric infectious disease specialist at CHOC Children’s.
It’s normal for teens to feel anxious during this period of their lives, and we want them to know they’re not alone. We checked in with our teen advisory council to see how COVID-19 has impacted them, and their advice for other teens.