Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Max Page also appreciates what modern medicine is doing.
A boy who famously started a Volkswagen sedan using the force as Darth Vader in a 2011 Super Bowl commercial has received a new heart valve and is due to have a pacemaker implanted in a few days.
More than a half-million Los Angeles Unified School District students headed back to school on Tuesday.
The time for students to return to classes has arrived, and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has come up with a checklist on how they can do so safely.
There is new hope for young people with epilepsy after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the implantation of a special device aimed at preventing people from dying in their sleep.
Andrée Mulia, a nurse recruiter at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, says medical centers are currently seeking qualified nurses to work in such specialized areas as neonatal and pediatric oncology.
Natalia Juanero, 6, was treated to a special introduction to Rhonda the Rhino.
Experts at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, which houses the largest clinic for transgender children in the country, hope Bruce Jenner’s announcement of transition will increase acceptance for all transgenders.
Several high school seniors Tuesday donated more than $10,000 to several charities as part of a fundraising project at Norwalk High School.
A young child suffering from a kidney disease is bringing holiday cheer to other child-patients through his unique gift of creativity.
11-Year-Old Girl Battles Her Insurance Company, Rare Illness That Causes Her Breasts To Grow Rapidly
Delorian Cole is battling a rare, painful and public disease.
“Nobody believed there was a problem, because everything was minor. Our pediatrician would say ‘it will go away,'” Jenny Tessler says.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles celebrated their one-year anniversary Sunday with a health awareness event.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has begun a new program to encourage young patients to explore their inner Picasso and Kahlo.
A 10-year-old girl once held captive by excruciating headaches caused by sickle cell anemia has a new life that’s healthy and active thanks to a bone marrow transplant from her little sister.