Twinkling lights, beautifully-decorated trees and dazzling displays are set to shine at the 33rd annual Holiday Tree Festival, which for many, kicks off the holiday season on Nov. 22. The festival, which is presented by the volunteers of Akron Children’s Hospital, is expected to draw more than 250,000 visitors during its 9-day run.
Archives for November 2014
I wanted to say thank you to all the staff. My daughter was in the hospital for 4 days with pneumonia and respiratory distress.
The birth of a child is filled with both excitement and nervousness for moms-to-be. They may wonder – How will I know I’m in labor? Will I have a long labor? What will my baby look like? – and countless other questions.
Turf toe and Lisfranc fractures, a similar injury, are a big deal. Because athletes put so much pressure on the ball of their foot, when that joint wears out and there’s no stability, players can’t push off, sprint or change direction. And without these moves, they aren’t gonna play.
FDA officials spent the weekend in NFL locker rooms investigating several teams regarding the abuse of painkillers in the league. In May, a lawsuit was filed by 1,200 NFL players depicting a disturbing cycle of narcotic cocktails being handed out like candy before and after games to encourage play.
At the end of Jordan’s 2-year-old early intervention class last year, we were faced with where he would attend pre-school. It was another change in what we had envisioned for our kiddos because we had not planned on sending him when he was 3. We met with our local school district’s therapist and teachers to come […]