Tips to Manage Summertime ADHD Challenges
Try these ADHD time and stress management strategies with your family this summer.
Concussions: It’s OK For Kids To Play Contact Sports
Parents often wonder if they should let their kids play contact sports that could lead to concussions. Here is some advice from our Director of Sports Medicine Research.
Wrist Injuries: When to Schedule an Appointment
Wrist injuries can happen in any sport. Recognizing the signs and symptoms will help determine the severity of the injury and a proper course of treatment.
How to Reduce Processed Meat In Kids’ Diets
One of our dietitians explains how she is reducing processed meat in her kids' diets, following WHO recommendations.
Small, Healthy Food Substitutions Can Make Big Difference
Small changes can make a big difference when it comes to your family's health. Learn how to substitute certain food and ingredients for healthier alternatives by following this simple chart.
Healthier Holiday Recipe: Meatballs
Our HealthWorks! dietitians created a healthier version of your favorite holiday appetizer: meatballs.
Whooping Cough: Is Your Vaccine Current?
What you need to know about whooping cough and the vaccine to prevent it.
Healthier Holiday Recipe: Mini Cheesecakes
Our HealthWorks! dietitians created healthier versions of their favorite holiday recipes, including mini cheesecakes.
Healthier Kid-Friendly Recipe: Brownies
Our HealthWorks! dietitians created a healthier version of brownies, a kid favorite!
Sports Specialization: Why Balance is Healthy for Young Athletes
Learn more about sports specialization, the associated risks and how to help your young athlete find the proper balance.
Need a Sports Physical? See Your Pediatrician
A sports physical should be part of routine preventive care done by your child’s primary care provider. Why? Better care, better cost, better access.
Common Football Injury: Shoulder Separation
A fall onto or blow to the shoulder can result in a shoulder separation injury. Learn how to recognize one and when to seek medical evaluation for kids.
Breastfeeding: Let’s Make it Work
August is National Breastfeeding Month, and I would like to help raise awareness for mothers needing better access to breastfeeding resources in the workplace. In Cincinnati we have much room for
Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Sumac FAQ
There are many misconceptions about poison ivy, oak and sumac. Find the most frequently asked questions answered here.
Shoulder Pain in Swimmers: Exercises for Prevention
Learn two simple tricks to prevent or alleviate shoulder pain in swimmers before it becomes an injury from overuse.
Back Pain In Youth Athletes: Is it Serious?
Lower back pain is common in young athletes. Learn more about common causes, treatment and when to see a doctor.
#GreatChildhoods Start with Positive Parenting
All kids deserve great childhoods and all #greatchildhoods begin with great parenting. While no method of parenting is perfect, taking a positive and loving approach from birth is a step
Does McDonald’s Have the Right Idea?
McDonald’s may have had the right idea in incentivizing children with toys to make certain food choices. Our team wondered if we could use a similar tactic but motivate kids
Preventing Child Abuse is a Two-Step Process
When the topic of child abuse and neglect makes headlines, it’s usually for all the wrong reasons. That is until April each year when the national conversation surrounding this topic