Did you know that every year in the United States there’s an estimated 14 million people newly infected with HPV (Source: CDC)? About 50 percent of them are in teens and young adults ages 15 to 24. HPV, or human papillomavirus, often has no visible signs or symptoms. This means your child could get the […]
Parents typically leave their pediatrician offices with an updated immunization record, maybe a prescription and, hopefully, some reassurance about a concern. But how about leaving the office with Granny Smith apples, and locally-grown green peppers and cucumbers? Every Thursday from June through October, the StarkFresh Mobile Grocery Market will be selling fresh produce and other […]
From swinging and swaddling to car rides and vacuum cleaners, soothing a crying infant sometimes requires the whole bag of tricks. In this Children’s Channel video, Megan Woodward, MD, Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics Alliance, discusses these and several other strategies parents can try to dry their little one’s eyes.