Southeastern Med’s newest pediatrician, Dr. Ellen Kumler, comes to the hospital with more than 15 years of experience working with children.
Prior to arriving in Cambridge, Dr. Kumler spent 20 years living in various parts of the world, including Kentucky, Washington, D.C., and Japan. She was most recently the Public Health Clinician and Medical Director at the Mason County Health Department in Maysville, Kentucky.
Earlier in her career she was a flight surgeon in the U.S. Navy before becoming a pediatrician.
“I really missed being a clinical pediatrician,” said Dr. Kumler. “Being a pediatrician is a great opportunity to build a partnership with each family and optimize the health of each child.”
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 6.5% of high school seniors smoke marijuana daily and 40% don’t think it’s harmful to try heroin once or twice.
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence says that kids who have conversations with their parents and learn about the dangers of alcohol and drug use are 50% less likely to use alcohol and drugs. But 25% of teens report that these kinds of conversations aren’t happening in their homes.
These staggering statistics are partly why Ohio government officials have launched StartTalking.ohio.gov, a website designed to give you talking points and strategies for how and when to talk to your children about drug use.
It seems everyone has a friend or family member who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, which might have you wondering: Just how common is breast cancer?
Here are some statistics from the American Cancer Society that show the commonality of breast cancer and who it affects.
We have shared information with you about how common breast cancer is along with its signs & symptoms. But many people come to us asking “What are the chances I will get breast cancer?”
Though we don’t have a crystal ball, there are ways to determine if you’re more likely to develop breast cancer versus others. Here are some ways to make that determination:
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can change your life forever. Unlike most injuries, which can be healed with a cast or medication, brain injuries can affect your personality and ability to think.
Doctors at Southeastern Med in Cambridge, OH see head injuries regularly and want you to understand the severity of this injury and how to prevent it.
What is a traumatic brain injury?
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