Parents can help children manage stress and anxiety at school.
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Monday, March 11, 2013
A psychiatrist is offering some tips at the next Organized Parent Education Network meeting.
Dr. Molly McVoy, a full-time child and adolescent psychiatrist, will be available to talk with parents about the signs of stress and anxiety your students are faced with during the March 12 Organized Parent Education Networking program. McVoy, who works in the department of child and adolescent psychiatry at Case Western Reserve and University Hospitals, will offer assistance in helping your students manage stress about studying, grades and friends. During the program, McVoy will "help parents understand the physiology and signs of anxiety and what they can do to help their children who experience anxiety," according to a statement posted by the Solon School District. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the board of education conference …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
University Hospitals plans to open a new health center in Solon this fall, the hospital system announced Tuesday.
University Hospitals plans to open a new health center in Solon this fall, the hospital system announced Tuesday. A news release from the hospital system says UH will begin this April transforming a 20,000-square-foot office building at the northeast corner of SOM Center Road and Solon roads. The UH Solon Heath Center plans to fully occupy the building by fall 2013. The health center will offer UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital comprehensive pediatrics, internal medicine, allergy/immunology, dermatology, sports medicine, pulmonary, and behavioral health, as well as advanced laboratory and radiology services. "The new UH Solon Health Center enables us to bring the most frequently needed health care services closer to Solon residents…
Friday, October 26, 2012
Men are particularly at risk if the breast cancer gene (BRCA2) runs in their family.
The focus of Breast Cancer Awareness efforts are focused on women -- the ribbons are pink, after all. But men can get breast cancer too. Patch sat down with a few local experts about male breast cancer: Patch: Why is it important to talk about male breast cancer? Dr. Lee: It's important because men don't think they can get breast cancer. They don't think they can receive a mammogram screening. The discussion should be focused on breaking the myths and informing people on what is fact versus fiction. Men will say to me “men can't get breast cancer.” So they tend to show up late, when the lump has been there for several months, which is usually stage 2 or later. And that means that it has already spread to the lymph nodes because they …
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
A sponsorship donation from University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center was approved by the Solon City Council, giving Ahuja the naming rights for the proposed courtyard.
The Solon City Council formally accepted Monday two sponsorships worth a combined $150,000 to help pay for a new courtyard with a patio and outdoor stage at the Solon Center for the Arts. University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center will receive naming rights on the outdoor pavilion with a sponship of $125,000, expected to half of the projected $250,000. The money will be paid evenly over five years, and the new patio will be called the "University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center Courtyard." The plan is to pay for the courtyard entirely through sponsorships. The city is also selling engraved brick pavers to residents who want to help. Executive Director Karen Prasser said she has other sponsorships lined up. The Corrine L Dodero Foundation for…