November Book Club
Discover the latest Great Beginnings Book Club list selected by our pediatricians for November.
October Book Club
See the books our pediatricians have chosen that feature wonderfully diverse protagonists in age-appropriate themes.
Back to School Nutrition - Breakfast and Lunch Solutions
Breakfast has been coined “the most important meal of the day” but does that really hold any value?
Back to School: What to Do?
Coronavirus has brought many stressful decisions into our lives. “Should I send my child to school or keep them at home?”
Decision Making in the Age of COVID-19
As society reopens and families begin to venture out of quarantine, our physicians are being asked “When is it OK for me to…?”
Managing Children’s Fear of Separation
As a result of Ohio's stay-at-home orders, the impact on many children of the abrupt staying at home likely included anxiety and distress.
Talking to Your Kids About Coronavirus
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues, your kids are hearing about it. If you want to make sure they get reliable information and for them to hear it from you, we can help you get the conversation started.
Bullying at School
Kids who are bullied can become depressed, develop low self-esteem, avoid school, feel physically ill, and even think about harming themselves.
Cold and Flu Facts
At COPC we want our patients to be as healthy as possible, especially during cold and flu season. Because children are more susceptible to illnesses, it's important for families to take extra precautions.
Cognitive Development in Adolescence
We recognize that as part of adolescence, our pediatric patients will develop higher levels of critical thinking skills and cognitive abilities during that period of time.
Lyme Disease Information
Summer is a prime time for outdoor fun and for ticks! To help you understand more about how to stay safe this summer, we created a guide for you to reference.
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