Category: Children’s health

Olympians- not always positive role models

By: Dr. Lora Scott I love watching the Olympics. There is something amazing about watching someone who puts all of their physical, mental, and emotional energy into a lifetime of training, all for the chance to compete for a brief … Continue reading

Dr. Mom applauds CVS

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis Were you as surprised as I was when I saw all the tweets and news headlines about this? For those who may have missed it, CVS announced this week that it will be removing all tobacco … Continue reading

When athletes get sick

By: Dr. Lora Scott; medical director of sports medicine In 2009 the swine flu hit our community. At the time, I was working as a team physician at the University of Cincinnati and saw the outbreak firsthand in our athletes. … Continue reading

Mirror mirror in his writing?

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Sprout is really into “projects” lately.  These “projects” can range from elaborate pictures with sculpture like paper additions to a piece of construction paper with a few stickers on it.  Recently he has taken to making … Continue reading

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