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Tori Thompson has never forgotten the kindness she was shown the many times she was hospitalized at Akron Children’s Hospital. So the 16 year old got creative so she could do something to give back to other patients.
Like many people who suffer from seasonal allergies, Sheli Snyder and her 6-year-old son, Colten, are affected by both molds and ragweed. But they no longer turn to daily allergy medications for relief. They get allergy shots instead.