A little over a year ago we took my son Jayden to a local hospital with a fever. We treated him all night with medicine and cool baths. That hospital stated he had a double inner ear infection. We filled his prescription and went home. The next day there was not ANY improvement. We called […]
When the Maughan triplets donned their capes at their superhero-themed first birthday party, parents Jill and Ed couldn’t help but marvel at how far their children had come. There’s the mover, Charlie, who “took off” at 8 months and claims the entire house as his race track. There’s the comedian, Eddie, whose hobbies include smiling, […]
Since entering nursing school in 1980, I have made the trek from home to Belmont Ave. My name has changed, my starting point from home has changed, my position has changed from student nurse to nurse assistant to RN to NICU nurse. The one constant has been the building I entered to care for my patients. That all changed on April 7.
Moving 12 medically fragile babies from a NICU in Youngstown to a new one is Boardman takes a great deal of planning and hard work. I’ve been in the meetings and have heard the conversations, but when the day arrived, everyone did their part to make it a smooth transition for baby and our patient families.
Detergent “pods” that look like marshmallows and gummy vitamins that are identical to their candy counterparts are part of a growing number of potential poisons that – to a child – may look good enough to eat.
Help your family ease into Daylight Saving time on Sunday by making bedtimes later by 15-minute increments starting Wednesday or Thursday night.