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CPR and first aid skills — the kids, too!
Atrium Medical Center will host a free community picnic on August 4, to showcase to area families the latest hospital services and technology available for your family’s health care needs. Gather from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the hospital’s Professional Building (200 Medical Center Drive, Middletown), and enjoy lunch, hospital tours, health screenings, the… Read more »
It’s getting green in Cincinnati! Going organic is more than what you eat, it’s a total mindset — teach it to your kids!
Jacuzzi tubs, Daddy Boot Camp and the only Swedish birthing chair in Cincinnati — there’s lots to know about what’s here for you now.
“Can I stay home with you today mom?” “Can you pick me up early?” “Do I have to go to school today?” These were questions that my daughter, then 3, was asking me each day. At first, I thought she just wanted to stay home and snuggle, but then I wondered if it could… Read more »
Yucky cavities. The most chronic childhood disease, according to the dentists at Sea of Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, located in Cincinnati. Five times more prevalent than asthma in children, cavities can cause major trouble for kids, including pain, tooth decay and dental abscesses. That’s why it’s so important to follow guidelines for tooth care for… Read more »
It’s January–time to put those New Year’s resolutions to eat well into practice! Here are some tips to help make 2018 your best year ever from Union Institute & University. 1. Let MyPlate Be Your Guide: Confused about what to eat to stay healthy? Visit the website or download the easy to use app and… Read more »
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and Atrium Medical Center will hold a free Diabetes and Wound Care Awareness Health Fair open to the community. Anyone wanting more information about pre-diabetes, how to manage diabetes, and the importance of wound care are welcome to attend the health fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday,… Read more »
The Seven Hills Women’s Health Centers see 40,000 women each year for their annual exams, and it is estimated that approximately 400 of these women are likely to have a genetic mutation that puts them at higher risk for breast, ovarian and other cancers. How to know if you’re at risk? Seven Hills is… Read more »