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Kids sports and concussions

Carly Day, MD, a sports and exercise medicine specialist at Cleveland Clinic sets the record straight about seven common misconceptions.

Time to tango with the tooth fairy?

What is developmentally normal when it comes to baby tooth loss, how does the tooth-obsessed fairy collect her pearly prizes, and what is the going rate for a baby tooth these days?

Dr. Trista brings more smiles to expanded practice

After 17 years of working in dentistry, Dr. Trista Onesti is expanding her practice into a larger space in Lyndhurst, offering a fun and comforting environment for kids.

Cleveland Clinic to host baby 101 boot camp to help combat infant mortality

Free community event features local health experts, interactive discussions and other activities

6 tips to avoid an accident with deer

Although we cannot stop deer from entering roadways at inopportune times, there are steps we can take to reduce the chance of having an accident if a deer crosses our path while driving.

Healthy Living comes easy at Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club

Adult fitness classes, massages and private training keep adults active while kids can enjoy year-round soccer, swimming, basketball, tennis classes or private lessons, and youth sports.

Mandel JCC expands youth programs

Children and families that come to the Mandel JCC get more than just a gym membership––they become part of the community. Youth programs are designed to keep fitness fun and exciting.

The misunderstood child: Sensory processing disorder

A child with sensory processing disorder cannot escape their symptoms. As a result, he may respond with anger, frustration, or ultimately avoid situations which may cause a breakdown.

Say goodbye to ghosts (and other childhood fears)

Kids’ fears are as unique as their personalities. Many are afraid of animals, insects, loud noises & more! Dismissing kids’ concerns isn’t the answer. The best approach is problem-solving.

Is teasing bullying?

Because the line between teasing and bullying can be blurry, the ability to recognize and respond appropriately to light-hearted teasing is a valuable social skill.