Is Your Teen or Young Adult Prepared to Manage Their Own Healthcare?
Teen transitions can be hard. And let’s face it, there are a lot of them. Making the move to the world of adult healthcare is just one of the many
What To Do When Your Child IS The Bully
It can be disheartening to hear that your child is being a bully. It's important to focus on stopping the negative behavior and opening the lines of communication. Read Dr. Adams' guidelines for talking to your child about his or her behavior.
Prepping Kids for Surgery
A brief summary of and link to a story in Cincinnati Family Magazine about how to prepare a child for surgery based on age.
Headaches Are Common in Kids, Teens
A brief summary of and link to an article on Health.com quoting Nick DeBlasio, MD, about the how often children and teens get headaches and why.
Doctors at Cincinnati Children’s Support Graduated Driver’s License Legislation for Teens
Michael Gittelman, Wendy Pomerantz and Richard A. Falcone are physicians in Cincinnati Children’s Comprehensive Children’s Injury Center. They have published an editorial for Cincinnati.com citing sobering teen driving statistics in order to
A Sister’s Love and Protection
As we approach the 5 year anniversary of my son-in-law Rob’s death, I reflect mostly on how his decision has affected the lives of his two daughters, Sam and Emma. Suicide has