Supervision, common sense keeps kids safe around windows – (VIDEO)


A window opening of only 5 inches can be a fall hazard for a curious toddler. In this video, Heather Trnka, injury prevention coordinator at Akron Children’s Hospital, offers tips to help keep kids safe as windows open to welcome the warmer weather.

Epilepsy doesn’t rule my daughters


Two of my four daughters have epilepsy and received their care from Akron Children’s neurology center. They are both determined and intelligent young ladies who are creative in how they “do life.”

Education, lifestyle are keys to managing diabetes (VIDEO)


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.

Dry air causes most nosebleeds (VIDEO)


Contrary to popular belief, it’s best to tip your head forward when you have a nosebleed. In this video, Dr. Corrie Stofcho, a pediatric hospitalist at Akron Children’s Hospital, offers this tip and other strategies to stop nosebleeds, as well as prevent them from happening.

Immunizations are a child’s best shot at staying healthy (VIDEO)


In this Children’s Channel video, Dr. P. Cooper White, a pediatrician and director of the Locust Pediatric Care Group at Akron Children’s Hospital, provides an overview of the immunization schedule, including some insight into how it was put together.

Vote to bring photography to cancer patients at Akron Children’s Hospital

Kayla visits a cancer patient at Akron Children's

Bring Pablove Shutterbugs: a therapeutic photography program, to Akron Children’s Hospital’s cancer patients. Vote for the hospital at vote.livestrong.org between March 24 and April 11.