Sibling Revelry: Jordan dotes on little Gabby Gi Gi


God has graced us with 2 amazing kiddos. I am overwhelmed by watching Jordan smother his little “Gabbi, Gi Gi” with hugs and kisses. There isn’t a day that goes by that he doesn’t ask to hold his sister. Then looking at little Gabriella gaze at her hero causes me to pray that these times only increase with age.

Baby with cancer inspires hope in family and community (Videos)


Torence Thomas was diagnosed with cancer at 3 months old. He underwent his last chemotherapy treatment at 5 months, and today he’s in remission. His story has captured the hearts of the Mahoning Valley community.

The first of many doctor appointments

Newborn pictures-roses

One week after my daughter was born with Down syndrome and a heart defect, we began the many trips to doctors. The first appointment was with Harper’s pediatrician. We drove down the street to the Green ACHP office, where we met the new doctor at the practice, Dr. Jennifer Snyder.

Epilepsy took its toll, but Maddie’s future is now bright


Epilepsy Awareness Day, also known as “Purple Day,” was founded in 2008 by 9-year-old Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia with the help of her local chapter of the Epilepsy Association.

Blanket and lizard go long way in surgery

Galperin after tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy

I couldn’t imagine a better hospital experience for my son. He was nervous going into his tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy and the nurses and staff couldn’t have been more amazing.

Genes may explain higher ACL injuries in girls, according to new research

Bethany Jewell

In a groundbreaking study, Dr. Kerwyn Jones, chairman of orthopedic surgery at Akron Children’s, found genes may explain the higher rates of ACL injuries for female athletes.