Landon Robinson’s mom has always told her son to work hard and dream big. When the Copley High School inside linebacker was offered a scholarship to play football for The United States Naval Academy, it was proof he had done both. But, there was one little thing – a peanut allergy – that tried to […]
Part 2: Is the COVID-19 vaccine our shot to getting back to some normalcy?
Dr. Rob McGregor, the hospital’s chief medical officer, sheds light on what the COVID-19 vaccinations mean for families, who they protect and whether getting our lives back is on the horizon. Should teens get the vaccine? Yes. The vaccine is much safer than COVID-19. With the vaccine, kids risk short-term side effects. Without the vaccine, […]
Parents of 5-year-old ‘shadow jumper’ are grateful for dermatologist’s quick diagnosis
No parent can bear to see a child in pain, but, it’s arguably worse when the cause or source of the pain remains a mystery. This was the life for Andrea and Brad Campbell, of Massillon. Parents to three active boys, they became increasingly concerned about their youngest, Deagon, who, as a toddler, had attacks […]
New PA Christopher Ward enjoys most getting to know patients
Christopher Ward is a people person. On or off the job, building relationships is always the most exhilarating part for him — whether he’s bargaining with customers as the previous co-owner of his family’s hobby shop, competing as an amateur chess player or bedside with burn patients. So, it’s no surprise he takes a few […]