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Saving Smiles: Mouth Guards Offer Protection for More than just Contact Sports      

2018 Editions Featured February 2018 Health Magazine Parenting

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. And how about eating an apple? Until your teeth are gone, you might not miss them.                 read more

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Tips to Protect Your Child’s Hearing

Ages & Stages Health
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. ...
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For Caregivers: The 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

2018 Editions Aging Answers February 2018 Health Magazine

Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. read more

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Sensory-Friendly Attractions in the Cleveland Area to Get You Through the Winter

Featured Special Needs Things to do

While Northeast Ohio has many family-fun places to visit in the winter, some families still face the challenge of finding sensory-friendly venues to visit with their loved ones with autism. Luckily, many popular attractions in the area are now considering the ways in which they can be more inclusive to all visitors. Below are a few larger attractions now providing fantastic accommodations for individuals with sensory processing issues. read more

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What is a Hearing Communication Disorder?

Health Special Needs
Learn the differences between a communication disorder and a hearing disorder, both of which affect an individual's speech or their ability to communicate. Each also can range in severity, resulting in many options for treatment or therapy. ...
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Winter Bird Feeding Tips for a Successful and Healthy Backyard Feeding Station

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Many of our feathered friends fly south for the winter in search of food, but many stay right here in Northeast Ohio. Resident birds that we see individually or in small family groups during the summer gather together in large flocks during winter as they search for food and shelter. We also see some species in the winter only — these birds nest north of us and fly south to Ohio or beyond for their winter vacations. read more

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Ohio Governor Passes Bill Naming Feb. 17 Annie Glenn Communication Disorders Awareness Day

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
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For most of her life, Annie Glenn, wife of former astronaut and senator John Glenn, was afflicted with a significant stutter. After attending an intensive treatment program, Annie dedicated much of her life to helping others with communication disorders. Learn more about her struggles and her work with those in need, including a few of the honors bestowed upon her. ...
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Uptick in Teen Depression Linked to Screen Time

Ages & Stages Featured Parenting

Recent national surveys indicate that there has been an increase in the number of children between the ages of 13-18 who are depressed and suicidal, especially among young girls. read more

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