If you or your children are tired or cranky during the day, it’s time to make some changes. In observation of the annual Sleep Awareness Week, Jamie Travis, PhD offers some strategies parents can encourage for a good night’s sleep for the whole family. “Our environment can impact how we sleep,” said Dr. Travis, a […]
As an undergraduate student at the University of Rochester, Dr. Tsulee Chen intended to become an astronaut via aeronautical engineering, but she didn’t like all the physics classes. “I have a friend who jokes that I started out as a rocket scientist but became a brain surgeon,” Dr. Chen said. Because her brother has epilepsy, […]
There were some touching stories of children overcoming their health challenges sprinkled amongst our top February “In the Moment” posts. We invite you to take a glance at those you may have missed, or a second peek at those you’ve already enjoyed. 1. We provided this chart to help parents figure out if it is […]
With cold and flu season upon us, it’s likely that your child will start coming down with routine bugs and other illnesses. As a parent, it’s often difficult to know when you should call the doctor, especially if your child is too young to tell you what’s wrong.
The first days and nights with your baby can be overwhelming, especially if you’re a first-time parent. “One of the most important things you can do is try to relax, especially if you’ve decided to breastfeed,” said Dr. Jessica Tattershall, a pediatrician with the Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics office in Austintown. “The more you stress, […]
There was a “Uniquely Children’s” flavor to our January “In the Moment” posts, which included everything from adorable therapy dogs to dressing art to an emotional clap out for an amazing young man. We invite you to take a glance at those you may have missed, or a second peek at those you’ve already enjoyed. […]