Before they hit the road: ATV Safety

Consistently, there are almost 700 ATV-related passings and more than 100,000 crisis room visits across the nation, as indicated by the U.S. Purchaser Product Safety Commission. Truth be told, 53 kids in 2016 kicked the bucket who were younger than 16. Huge numbers of these terrible occurrences can be forestalled if all riders get prepared … Read more Before they hit the road: ATV Safety

Bringing care and compassion to childhood cancer patients

Bringing care and compassion to childhood cancer patients. Imagine walking into a room filled with strangers to deliver news you know will impact their lives for years to come. One doctor at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia wants to make sure a cancer diagnosis becomes just a memory in a long, happy and healthy life. … Read more Bringing care and compassion to childhood cancer patients

Q & A: Talking to your kids about cancer

A Q&A with Kimberly Allen, MS, CCLS, hematology-oncology youngster life pro at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Q: I’ve quite recently been determined to have malignant growth. Would it be a good idea for me to tell my youngsters? A: Many individuals are uncertain about telling their youngsters they have malignant growth. Yet, solid proof … Read more Q & A: Talking to your kids about cancer