Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Tale of Four Keurigs

We all have our routines.

The things we do that keeps us going in the mornings. You don’t realize it until that routine becomes somewhat unavailable…

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AAP Release Statement on Gun Violence Prevention Research in Federal Spending Bill

On March 23rd Congress passed a comprehensive spending bill to fund the federal government. The following is a response from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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Lawsuit Filed Against Canton City School District

The mother of a teen seen on cellphone video footage being slammed to the ground by a teacher is suing the school district.

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Babysitter Sentenced in Infant’s 2016 Death

A Stark County woman is handed her sentence in the death of an infant in her care.

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Conflicting Stories: Was it Bullying?

A Claymont Intermediate student is recovering from broken bones in both wrists after an incident at school.

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Second Flu Wave on the Way, Especially Bad for Young Children

The Centers for Disease Control is reporting a second flu strain expected to make its way across the country.

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Product Recall Report

Safe Kids Worldwide issues recall report including items bicycle helmets, children’s tents, and more.

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When Students with Disabilities Become Bullying Targets

A recent study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests students with disabilities are more likely to become bullying targets.

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Scientists Have Dirt on the Rubber Ducky

Many parents have long suspected it and now scientists are confirming the popular bath time toy is a breeding ground for nasty bugs, germs, and scum.

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Art is a Necessity: A Message from a Local Scholastic Art Gold Medal Recipient

An Indian Valley High School Senior is showcasing the importance of art in schools following her national recognition.

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