February 7-14 is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week. About 40,000 babies are born each year in the U.S. with a heart defect, according to the CDC. Meet a baby boy who is celebrating his first birthday thanks to a unique twist on traditional open heart surgery.
It is true; we all have the same 24 hours in a day. The working mom with six kids receives the same amount of time as the stay-at-home mom with two kids. However, the big difference between each of us is how we use those 24 hours — and, equally as important, the difference between how each of us values our time and ourselves.
DeJohn Funeral Homes & Crematory is accepting applications for the 2018 Ross Sr. & Carmella DeJohn Memorial Scholarship. It should also be noted that the scholarship has increased from $500 each student to $750 each student for his or her college tuition or books.
The Cleveland Transformation Alliance, a public-private partnership dedicated to growing a portfolio of quality district and charter schools, works to ensure every child in Cleveland attends a quality school, and every neighborhood has great schools from which families can choose.
Keep the kids entertained on their day off from school — and learn something new in the process — with these President's Day happenings throughout the region. From free admission at area attractions to special events organized by local park districts, there's plenty of fun to be had all weekend long.
It’s easy to take some things for granted until they’re suddenly gone. Have you ever thought about how it would feel if you lost one or two of your front teeth? You’d probably avoid smiling. It would be uncomfortable talking with someone face-to-face. It wouldn’t be easy pronouncing certain words.
There are many steps that kids — and adults — can take to protect their hearing, including the use of noise canceling earphones and ear plugs in loud environments. Learn about these strategies and more, as well as common sounds that create safe and unsafe levels of noise.
Attendees of the award ceremony will have the opportunity to hear from the top 10 finalists from the Youth Speak Out contest, as well as see performances by the winning schools of the Youth Sing Out contest. The scholarship winners will be named live at the ceremony.
Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills.
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