What happens when ear tubes fall out or move? When should they fall out? What if there’s mucus, blood or other drainage and leakage issues?
Amy Seymore is a firm believer that self-care is fundamental to maintaining balance and mental clarity as a provider. That’s why she makes time for herself weekly, if not daily, whether that’s getting an extra hour of sleep, going for a walk, spending time with family and friends, or getting a massage. It’s that little […]
Whether your child has hearing loss, has a diagnosed speech disorder or is a baby at the critical stage for language development, you may wonder how a world full of people wearing masks could impact his or her development. Think about how much a baby inching toward a hot oven reads “fear” on her mother’s […]
Cyril Evans celebrated his first birthday at Akron Children’s Hospital – the place he’s called home since shortly after his birth at 31 weeks gestation. In the pediatric intensive care unit’s (PICU) conference room, several family members joined hospital staff in wishing Cyril well on Nov. 30, one day after his actual birthday of Nov. […]
Akron Children’s Hospital doesn’t just promise to treat each child as if its own, it’s the foundation as to how our hospital leaders, providers and staff interact and care for each and every patient. Akron Children’s incorporates family centered care, bringing together patients, families and providers to form a working partnership in the planning, delivery […]
If your toddler keeps tugging and poking at his ear, it may be his way of telling you that he’s developing an ear infection. In this Children’s Channel video, Anton Milo, MD, DDS, director of the Ear, Nose and Throat Center at Akron Children’s Hospital, provides parents with some tips to help prevent this painful […]