For a child with diabetes, snacks offer a way to manage blood sugar between meals.
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When it comes to a healthy body, what your child drinks is just as important as what he eats. In this Fit Minute video, Melody Case, wellness and youth fitness specialist at Akron Children’s Beeghly campus, explains the numerous benefits of choosing water and milk over soda pop, juice and other sugary beverages.
Dr. John McBride, one of the country’s leading experts on childhood asthma, recently participated in a live, call-in radio show, “On Call for Kids,” on the Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio. The show covered everything from exercise-induced asthma and second-hand smoke to diagnosis and treatment.
The over-the-counter availability of allergy nasal spray may lead to questions from allergy sufferers. To help eliminate confusion, Dr. Nancy Wasserbauer answer the 6 most common questions.
Akron Children’s Hospital is pleased to announce a new blog called On The Floor, which is aimed at helping parents understand what happens in a children’s hospital during those times your child needs it.
Water is a great choice to keep a healthy heart because it has no calories and no artificial ingredients. It replaces our sweat loss after exercise and it can help prevent dizziness and headaches.