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The field of genetic counseling is fairly new and rapidly changing. Here are some questions to better understand your genetic counselor's qualifications.
This viral disease sometimes makes an appearance during the back-to-school season. Here's what you need to know to spot and treat it in your children.
The Toledo Area has a lot to offer individuals with special needs, but getting connected can be challenging. Here's a resource that may help.
What's it like to sing without hearing your own voice? This award-winning singer shared thoughts on joy, loss, determination and connection at a recent visit.
As temperatures rise, so do heat-related health risks. Experts weigh in on preventing conditions and recognizing symptoms.
Experience is everything, which is why a simulator may help teen drivers better understand the danger of distracting devices, food and even passengers.
The Family Advisory Council at Toledo Children's Hospital is seeking more voices. Your experience could help strengthen patient-centered care.
You can't always predict a trip to the hospital, but keeping a "Go Bag" or checklist can make the visit easier and help keep your child comfortable.
Aurora Dayne shares tips from the Family Advisory Council for parents and kids who are new to Toledo Children's Hospital.
It's not the same as holding your baby in your arms, but the Babytime Tablet is helping women bond with their babies, even when they are separated.
Blogger Aurora Dayne shares how her holiday has changed to make the season healthier and more enjoyable with her family.
Holiday decorations are a great way to get into the spirit, but can have a hint of danger. Diane Simon shares her tips for tree, light and ladder safety.