The famous sports medicine doctor, James Andrews MD, recently released a new book, “Any Given Monday.” He offers us interesting tips and advice on how to prevent injuries on our young pitchers’ shoulders and elbows.
Archives for March 2013
They came with secret spices, old family recipes, Food Network-inspired twists and super deluxe Crock Pots. The competitors at the 7th annual Lauren Audrey Braman Memorial Chili Cook-Off and Dessert Bake-Off came to Copley High School on March 23 with high hopes of victory, but also good intentions as the event raises funds for Akron Children’s Hospital.
Before the big game, football players huddle in the locker room with their coaches, devising plays on a large board in an effort to win the game. But huddling is no longer exclusively for sports. It’s just one of the new strategies being applied at Akron Children’s Hospital to ensure its staff functions as a winning team.
Kelsey Bingham took a big leap of faith – moving from Akron to Utah, where she is a freshman at Brigham Young University. But it wasn’t that long ago that Kelsey was a child undergoing a series of surgeries to correct a cleft palate.
I am a 19 year old stay-at-home mother to my now almost 3-month-old son, Daniel. We are originally from Uhrichsville, Ohio, but we moved to Columbus in August with Daniel’s dad, Alex, 22, while he finished his senior year of college at OSU.
Caring. Thoughtful. Conscientious. These are just some of the words used to describe Christiane Jenkins, a registered nurse in Akron Children’s Hospital’s pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). But another word can also describe Jenkins − certified.