Dr. David Skaggs, director of Pediatric Orthopaedics at Cedars-Sinai Guerin Children’s, is treating bad posture in teens with a simple yet novel corrective strategy: static stretching with a foam roller.
Paul and Vera Guerin, along with their children, bring transformative pediatric care to Cedars‑Sinai to meet the needs of patients as they grow from newborns to adolescents to adults with Guerin Children’s.
Atrial fibrillation has a higher risk of complications in women and minority groups. Cedars-Sinai cardiac electrophysiologist Dr. Archana Ramireddy explains why AFib is underrecognized and undertreated in women and minority groups.
Dr. Christina Harris, the new chief health equity officer at Cedars-Sinai, tells us how her multicultural upbringing inspired her focus on equity, diversity and inclusion throughout her career in medicine.
Azael Cedeno was known for his sense of humor and independence—until a stroke affected his vision and memory. He struggled with social isolation, caring for himself and making it to his doctor's appointments. Cedars-Sinai's Community Connect Program stepped in.
Immunizations have a long history of preventing the spread of dangerous diseases—including measles, whooping cough and polio. Even during COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to stay up-to-date on vaccines.
As mental health needs rise among teens, the Latinx community continues to face treatment disparities. A new Teen Line pilot program in East Los Angeles is trying to stand in the gap and build inroads among Latinx youth through peer mental health support.
Enteroviruses are common, especially among young children, but most cases do not require medical intervention. Cedars-Sinai pediatrician Dr. Daniel Maghen explains enteroviruses and how to treat them in children.