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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Earbuds, Music and Your Teen

Today, with the popularity of earbuds and other personal listening devices, it’s hard to know if your child or teenager is listening to music at a safe level. Hearing loss caused by loud sound, also known as noise-induced hearing loss, is permanent — but fortunately, it also is 100% preventable. ...
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Tongue Ties: What you Should Know About the Growing Diagnosis

Whether you’ve struggled with breastfeeding or are dealing with a child who has a speech delay, the topic of a tongue tie has probably come up. But what exactly is a tongue tie, and is correcting it really necessary?   ...
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Sunny Days: What’s Your Skin Cancer Risk?

Who doesn’t like the sun? Our skin. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. With sun season here, it’s a good time to review why skin cancer is a big risk, especially as we age. ...
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Supporting Caregivers for Stronger Families and Communities

Family caregivers truly are the backbone of Ohio’s long-term care system. Approximately 1.7 million Ohioans provide some level of unpaid care for a loved one who is older or who

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How to Help Your Parents Plan for the Future

Watching a parent or other loved one grow older can be an affirmation of our own independence. However, when you notice aging taking a toll on your parent, it becomes

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Breakfast-Skipping Linked to Type 2 Diabetes

Growing up, your mother probably insisted that breakfast was the “most important meal of the day.” read more

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How to Prepare Your Kids for a Happy and Healthy Summer Camp Experience

Tou have discussed camp activities, costs and other factors with your child — however, are they ready heath-wise? Children with or without allergies can learn how to be prepared and

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How to Reduce Hidden Sugars in Your Family’s Diet

According to the American Heart Association, an average American eats 22 teaspoons of added sugar per day. The recommendation is only six teaspoons a day for women and children, and nine teaspoons for men. Sugar is found in a lot of foods and, with more than 60 names, is not always easy to spot. ...
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Parents and Schools Work to Prevent Vaping, a Dangerous Trend Among Teens

According to the CDC, the number of middle and high school students vaping regularly rose by 1.5 million just in 2018 — roughly a 77 percent surge. Learn the dangers of e-cigarettes, signs your child may be vaping, as well as what area schools are doing to help students quit the addictive habit. ...
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Immunization Conversation: Vaccine Debate Renewed Amid Measles Outbreaks

Whether to vaccinate your child or not has become a topic of discussion among parents and medical professionals around the U.S. due to measles outbreaks that have been reported in 11 states. We cover the vaccination conversation and the impact it has on the community. ...
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