Category: Children’s health

A healthy tribute to our moms

Mother’s Day is the special time of year we pay tribute to our mothers, grandmothers (and in my house, I include godmothers) for all they do for us and the love they give us.  During one of my precious last … Continue reading

Allergies Vs. Athletes

By: Dr. Lora Scott – Sports Medicine Spring brings warmer weather, longer days, and more opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and spring sports. But for many children (and adults!) in Ohio, spring also brings watery eyes, sneezing, sniffles, itchy throats, … Continue reading

Is soda making your kids aggressive?

We don’t generally keep soda in our home except for ‘special events’.  Our children usually use that reason when asking to drink soda in our home or when we are out.  “But mom, it’s a special occasion!” We have all … Continue reading

A hidden gem inside the hospital

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis As a parent it can somtimes be overwhelming knowing where to go to get trusted health information. There are many excellent sources of information out there, but when you are diong a web search it can sometimes be … Continue reading

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