Landon Robinson’s mom has always told her son to work hard and dream big. When the Copley High School inside linebacker was offered a scholarship to play football for The United States Naval Academy, it was proof he had done both. But, there was one little thing – a peanut allergy – that tried to […]
Shelley Walker, director of social work, always looks for the positive in every situation. She believes that people have the capacity to change, adapt to their circumstances and better themselves. It’s one of the reasons she wanted to become a hospital social worker. Early in her career, Shelley worked with a social worker who made […]
People who meet Becky Brady, medical assistant in Akron Children’s Center for Allergy & Immunology, for the first time may not realize how good-humored she is. After all, the new patients she encounters often feel miserable by the time they come to the hospital for tests and treatment. For many of them, the last thing […]
Northeast Ohio’s late spring could create tough conditions for seasonal allergy sufferers. Late-blooming plants will create an abundance of pollen to make up for the delayed start of the season.
Six years ago, I was honored to become a mother to an amazing baby boy, Grayson. It wasn’t very long after birth that Grayson began to experience a list of medical issues, including chronic food allergies and asthma.
This is about the time I was introduced to Dr. Rajeev Kishore. I had no idea at the time how much of an impact this man would make in our lives.