Do you have great childhood memories of holding your breath through tunnels on road trips? Did your family enjoy playing games, such as trying to “collect” different state license plates, to pass the time? For many, road trip car games like Slug a Bug and the Picnic Game have gone the way of AAA’s famous […]
Samuel Horak loves food so much he started his own home-based restaurant at age 7. Fancy’s, as he calls it, has been serving up pretty much anything and everything available in Sam’s Akron kitchen for the past 2 years. “Sam loves to bake. And he’ll whip me up a grilled cheese for $1 or mix […]
The fabulous fall foliage painted on the windows that line our Locust bridge is thanks to 6 students at Chapel Hill Christian School’s North Campus, their dedicated art teacher and a couple of Akron Children’s patients who happened to wander by. To art teacher Mary Elizabeth Norman, involving kids in a project to help kids […]
Come Nov. 1 when we turn back the clocks, your kids will have a chance to catch up on much-needed sleep. According to a recent study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, teens lose more than a half hour of sleep when we spring forward into Daylight Savings Time the second Sunday of March.
It was the moment Tyler Carlson, 14, had been waiting for since he started playing football in 3rd grade. He was playing linebacker and runner back during his first varsity Northwestern High School football game. But during the game, he suffered a blow to the head that sent him reeling.
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.