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New Year’s Resolution You Need to Keep: Get More Sleep

While eating healthier and getting more exercise seem to be at the top of New Year’s resolutions, getting more sleep should be the resolution that people stick to in 2019.

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What is Postpartum Anxiety?

Did you know postpartum anxiety is more common than postpartum depression? We shed some light on this important issue and answer questions, including what postpartum anxiety looks like, how often it takes place and how a new mom can seek help. ...
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A Focus on Diet and Sleep in ADHD

For children who have been appropriately diagnosed with ADHD, currently available therapeutics help manage the “core” symptoms. However, many people also consider other approaches, such as those that focus on diet and sleep. ...
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Meatless Holiday Menu Ideas

Holiday meals don’t need to be swimming in canned soup and layers of cheese in order to be tasty and festive. These fruit and veggie forward dishes are nutritious and

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

10 Interesting Facts About Ears & Hearing

Did you know that ears are completely individual, just like fingerprints? Yahoo has even explored technology that could unlock a cell phone when held to the user's ear. Learn this and other interesting, lesser-known facts about ears and hearing. ...
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ADHD in kids

Study: ADHD Diagnoses on the Rise in the U.S.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, also known as ADHD, is a developmental problem that is typically diagnosed in childhood. read more

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Delayed Cord Clamping: Does Waiting to Cut the Umbilical Cord Provide Benefits to Baby?

Rather than cutting the cord the moment baby is delivered, many expectant parents are following the practice of delayed cord clamping. While it's not a new medical discovery, expectant parents are becoming more aware of the practice as health organizations have put out new research and recommendations supporting delayed clamping. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

My Child Needs Tubes in His Ears — What Does That Mean?

Young infants and children are generally more susceptible to ear infections. By the age of 3, about one in 15 children will undergo tube placement for treatment of recurrent and/or painful ear infections, persistent middle ear fluid, or the resultant persistent or fluctuating hearing loss due to fluid. Learn more about the process, including how it lowers the instance of ear infections. ...
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Holiday Survival Guide for the Newly Divorced

Happy holidays! Right? Maybe not. For a newly divorced parent, the holidays might not be so happy after all. I can relate. No matter how many years I’ve been divorced,

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LakewoodAlive to Host ‘Depression, Anxiety and Teens’ Community Forum

LakewoodAlive will host a free community forum Tuesday evening featuring a panel of experts who will delve into warning signs, best practices for assisting a young person who is suffering from depression and/or anxiety, and the multitude of local resources available. ...
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