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After a review of HPV clinical trials, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that just two doses of HPV vaccine are sufficient for children age 14 or under, as long as the vaccines are given at least six months apart.
School is back in session, and classrooms can be germ factories. What can you do to protect your kids – and keep them from infecting the rest of your family? Read More
School is back in session and it’s easy to transform boring brown bag lunches into healthy treats kids will enjoy. Read More
It’s tough to decide when any child is ready to stay home alone, but for parents of kids with ADHD, the dilemma is fraught with added questions and concerns. Read More
The holiday season does not have to include damage to children's vulnerable hearing from loud toys. UC Irvine Health expert Dr. Hamid Djalilian has tips for adults to help protect young ears.
10-year-old Julia Flores just wanted to play soccer. But after she fainted at home, Julia immediately underwent a follow-up test that revealed a heart problem and possibly saved her from a life-threatening crisis on the field. Read More