Monthly Archives: November 2017

Agency Releases Strategies for Parents and Other Adults to Help Prevent Youth Drug/Alcohol Abuse

The Ohio Mental Health: Network for Social Success is offering tips and suggestions for parents and caregivers when it comes to preventing youth drug/alcohol abuse.

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Children at Higher Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Sleep an Hour Less Each Night

As Diabetes Awareness Month comes to an end, the American Academy of Pediatrics is sharing information regarding sleep schedules of children with Type 2 Diabetes.

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Buckeye Career Center Names November Students of the Month

Two high school students were chosen for the honor after being nominated by their instructors for demonstrating great collaboration skills, this month’s core value. An adult education student, who is a BCC high school alumni, was also named for the honor.

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Ohio Awarded Funding to Improve Outcomes for Youth Victims of Sex and Labor Trafficking

Three Ohio partner agencies are set to receive funding for efforts.

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Tuscarawas County Children’s Choir to Perform Free Holiday Concert

The Dover Public Library is inviting the public to a free holiday concert this weekend.

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Long-Term Prenatal Use of Acetaminophen Associated with ADHD Risk

According to a new report published in the November 2017 Pediatrics journal, found the long-term use of acetaminophen during pregnancy, as well as extended use of the common over-the-county pain medicine by fathers, was associated with twice the risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children.

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Northeast Ohio Children Battling Cancer Celebrated at 23rd Project Ed Bear Gala Auction

A record 800 guests attended the sold-out Dr. Seuss’s Whoville-themed gala on Monday, November 27th at Quaker Station where more than $120,000 was donated.

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Victims of Bullying Twice as Likely to Bring Weapon to School

A recent study that surveyed teens suggests those who face bullying are more likely to bring a weapon to school.

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AAP Recommended Immunization Schedules

The American Academy of Pediatrics is known to support and encourage immunizations in children. The final decision rests in the hands of the parents and caregivers, but here you will find the recommended immunization schedule published by Healthychildren.org.

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Organization Shares Preventative Tips and Information Amid Diabetes Awareness Month

Healthychildren.org by the American Academy of Pediatrics is bringing attention to diabetes, especially childhood diabetes amid the awareness campaign this month.

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