Health

Health

What to Know About High-Risk Pregnancy

“I had 29 ultrasounds,” says Callista Puchmeyer, a Westlake mother of five children, referring to her sixth pregnancy, which took place in 2018. “Additionally, our baby needed three in-utero blood

...
...
Read more 0

Pediatric Dentists Answer Common Questions About Kids’ Dental Health

We asked pediatric dentists in the greater Cleveland/Akron area to weigh in on some common questions related to children’s teeth. Here’s what they had to say. read more

... ...
Read more 0
Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

7 Tips When Buying Hearing Aids for Children

If your child has been diagnosed with a permanent hearing loss, it’s likely that hearing aids have been recommended. Hearing aids can be life-altering for your child, allowing them to hear sounds often missed due to hearing loss. Those that are properly fitted early on can allow your child to develop speech and language skills to reach their full potential. ...
Read more 0
RSV and babies

Keep RSV at Bay

While respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) might mean a runny nose and cough for most people, for newborns, the elderly, and others with chronic health conditions, it could be much more

...
...
Read more 0

Lorain County Metro Parks, Board of Health Recognized for Suicide Prevention Initiative

The Ohio Parks and Recreation Department recognized Lorain County Metro Parks with a first place award for a collaborative suicide prevention campaign in the parks. In 2018, the park district teamed up with the Lorain County Board of Mental Health to incorporate resources into the parks for those who might be facing a crisis. ...
Read more 0

Arms Around Both Generations: Caring for Teens and Aging Parents

Juggling the demands and learning curve of blossoming adolescents is tough, but just what if this process prepared parents for handling their own aging parents? Understanding where similarities lie between

...
...
Read more 0

Podcast Episode #22: Eating Disorders in Kids and Teens

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, Dr. Jessica Castonguay, a physician at Akron Children’s Hospital's Division of Adolescent Medicine, joins host Miriam Conner to discuss eating disorders in children and teens. Learn why more kids are affected than you may think, as well as warning signs and risk factors. ...
Read more 0

Winter Skincare Tips from Apex Dermatology

Wintertime can be very harsh on your skin. To help you combat skin challenges during this season, learn the answers to some common questions and find tips for winter skin care. ...
Read more 0

Akron Children’s Seeks Young Athletes for Concussion Clinical Trial 

The hospital is seeking youth athletes who have suffered a concussion to become participants in a clinical trial studying whether cooling the brain after the concussion, similar to icing an injured muscle, can reduce symptoms and speed up recovery time. ...
Read more 0
Joanna Hardis, Cleveland, Ohio

Don’t be Seduced by January’s Messages

As I write this, I’m bracing for the onslaught of January ads, each one trying to speak over the other promoting self improvement: schemes, coupons, Groupons, gadgets and apps to

...
...
Read more 0
image2 Array ( [0] => https://www.northeastohioparent.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/unnamed-3.png [1] => 728 [2] => 160 [3] => ) ../wp-content/uploads/2017/03/unnamed-3.png..