On the first day of summer, we are wearing our sunglasses all day and night for Migraine Solidarity Day. Did you know: About 8% of children experience migraine. In teenagers, migraine affects more girls than boys. 2 out of every 100 children experience chronic migraine because they have a headache more than 15 days per […]
For anyone who has ever suffered a migraine, they’ll be the first to tell you it’s unlike a typical headache. The intensity and duration is enough to make even the toughest adult want to lie down in a dark room and rest for days. While adults have access to migraine-specific prescription medications to ease the […]
The wild throw nailed Gabriella Hosack hard in the back of the head. So hard it knocked her unconscious and gave her whiplash. The captain of the Hubbard High School girl’s softball team, Gabriella suffered a concussion from the blow delivered by a teammate warming up her arm. It was just the beginning of medical […]
Every year, the March of Dimes, an organization that focuses on preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality, honors nurses from across Ohio at its annual Nurse of the Year awards ceremony. This state-wide event recognizes exceptional nurses, creates awareness of professional excellence, and promotes the future of nursing as a profession. Nurses can […]
Scholar athlete Anna Rosenthal will begin her freshman year at Copley High School this week with a plan in her pocket to combat the severe migraines that caused her to miss 10 percent of 8th grade last year.