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How to deal with pesky summer ailments

You often deal with a variety of health-related issues that affect children during the summer. Here are some preventive measures and treatment tips to help your kids enjoy a healthy summer.

Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) brings Food Allergy Heroes Walk to Cleveland

Organization bring Food Allergy Heroes Walk to Cleveland on August 5, to celebrate the everyday heroes in our community whose dedication helps keep millions of Americans with food allergies safe.

Life after miscarriage

How do you move forward towards healing when on the outside you look okay but on the inside you’re still hurting?

Boy Scouts 'Do Something' to raise awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco

Did you know that 4.95 trillion cigarette butts are thrown away each year and account for 30% of the total waste on shore lines in the United States?

How eliminating toxin exposure can help your child with autism spectrum disorder

The beauty of our current understanding of autism is in putting the power back in the hands of the individual and family. You have more control over your environment than your genetics.

Cleveland Metroparks and Cleveland Clinic launch 'Explore Your Park' wellness campaign

Initiative creates new opportunities in more than 23,000 acres of the Metroparks and encourages the community to improve their health by exploring and being active in the parks.

Make your wellness goals happen at Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club!

Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club makes fitness fun for children and adults through sports, swimming, aerobics and yoga classes matched with personal training and positive staff support.

Helping your kids cope with allergies

Recommendations provided by MinuteClinic that will help you recognize allergy symptoms, limit your family members’ exposure, and determine the best medications and treatment to stay healthy.

WIC program helps families with nutrition and more

The WIC program is available to pregnant women with low to moderate incomes and includes women who have recently delivered, breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5.

7 habits of highly effective parents of children with special needs

How, in the face of all of their challenges and more, do they keep it together? What habits do they embrace that allow them to be highly effective parents for their children?