A typical day for Dr. Tsulee Chen starts off with feeding and walking her dogs at the crack of dawn, followed by running 10 miles in preparation for a Tough Mudder event, a hardcore 10- to 12-mile obstacle course designed by British Special Forces.
Archives for April 2013
Akron Children’s Reinberger Family Center recently celebrated its 5th anniversary at an open house for employees, donors and patients and their families.
Learn about our selfless volunteers and the countless and creative ways they enrich the lives of everyone at Akron Children’s Hospital through this infographic.
Parents have the power to protect their children in many ways. Giving babies the recommended immunizations by age 2 is the best way to protect them from 14 serious childhood diseases, like whooping cough and measles.
With spring finally upon us and outdoor activities heating up, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association came out with new safety guidelines this month for severe weather. These guidelines are based on research.
On the surface, my 20-year-old son looks like a typical young adult, so most folks hear his loud voice and see his strange behavior and conclude that he is “weird.” There is no way for them to know that Matthew has a high functioning autism spectrum disorder ( ASD). His disability is invisible, and yet incredibly visible.