Category Archives: Health

Mental Health Tips for Teens Graduating from High School.

This is a time of excitement and adventure for many young people, but also a time filled with uncertainty.

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How to Prevent Poisoning Accidents

The American Academy of Pediatrics is encouraging parents and guardians to take preventative measures to ensure children do not have access to poisonous substances.

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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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Get to Know Your Child’s Friends: Tips for Parents

How well do you know your child’s friends?

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How I get My Kids to Eat Their Veggies!

So many times I have parents ask me how I get my children to eat fruits and veggies every day…well, I don’t give them another option!

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Talking to Your Kids about Suicide: Perspective from a Psychologist and Father

A Suicide Prevention Coordinator and Psychologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, who is also a father, is sharing some insight on how to have this tough, but necessary conversation with kids.

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Leaders Partner to End Stark County Suicide Contagion

Police, school officials, and crisis support leaders are among many working side-by-side in an effort to prevent the spread of what’s been deemed a suicide contagion among Stark County children.

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Eating Tide Pods Could Kill You

The message may seem harsh or too candid, but it stands true. A new craze that seems to target teens and has gone viral on social media could lead to long-term consequences or even death.

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AAP Encourages Safe Practices Amid Frigid Ohio Temperatures

The American Academy of Pediatrics is a great resource when it comes to keeping your children safe during the frigid winter months.

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March of Dimes Offers New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthy Baby

March of Dimes is offering useful tips and information for women planning a pregnancy in 2018.

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