Scheduled in 2015 for July 26-31, the camp is being offered in partnership with Akron Children’s Hospital, which helps to ensure that your child receives the medical care they need.
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When the urge to snack strikes, many people reach for foods high in carbohydrates like chips or cookies. But you and your child with diabetes can enjoy a variety of appealing snacks that are low in carbs.
I enjoy incorporating my real-life experiences as a mom into my pediatric practice. And now that my babies have grown, I want to share what I’ve learned through the years with other parents. So, what have I learned? Babies grow so fast. Toddlers are like teenagers, and vice versa. And the tween years are your time to breathe.
My husband, Ben, and I had identical twin girls born at 29 weeks on January 25, 2014. The girls were born prematurely because of complications due to twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Dedication and hard work are ideal qualities in a young dancer, but can also lead to injury concerns without proper precautions. In this video, Dr. Patrick Riley, Jr., discusses typical overuse injuries in dancers and how to prevent them.
Dec. 26, 1995, was the scariest day of my life. That was the evening my twins Larissa and Logan were born at 29 weeks. Despite a “normal and uneventful” pregnancy, the doctors weren’t able to stop what they deemed “active” labor. Larissa was born at 7:47 p.m., tiny but screaming. Things weren’t …