Whether by birth or by lifestyle, diabetes has become a growing concern for children in the United States. In this video, Dr. Cydney Fenton, director of diabetes and endocrinology at Akron Children’s Hospital, discusses the treatment and possible prevention of this chronic disease.
Although it is probably best known for the wheezing “attacks,” a cough that just won’t go away may be a better indicator that a child is struggling with asthma. In this video, Dr. Gregory Omlor, director of pulmonary medicine at Akron Children’s Hospital, discusses these and other symptoms of the most common chronic childhood disease.
Although vaccines have limited its impact in the United States, pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, still kills millions of people throughout the world each year. In this video, Dr. Michael Forbes, a pediatric intensive care doctor at Akron Children’s Hospital, discusses the symptoms of this disease, as well as its treatment and prevention.