Time-outs and punishments are often seen as synonymous in the eyes of children and parents alike. Authors Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson have developed an alternative approach to discipline they have coined the "Yes Brain" approach.
Join us today as we discuss the benefits of utilizing the "Yes Brain" technique and how it can help children experience the world with greater curiosity and enthusiasm.
Congress allowed funding for the federal Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) to lapse in 2017, leaving an estimated 220,000 Ohio children at risk of losing their health coverage as soon as January 19.
We'll discuss what is causing the unusual delay in appropriating funds for the program and how CHIP families may be impacted in 2018.
The landscape of retail continues to change, including the rise the thrift and resale shops. What’s more, they’re thriving as longtime retail titans continue to fall. Today we examine the business of thrift and resale shops and how they’re changing the retail industry.
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related emergency room visits, hospitalizations and deaths among Ohioans 65 and older. Coming up, how a martial arts instructor in Columbus is taking the fear out of falling by teaching older adults how to do it safely.
Plus, we’ll look at the country's worsening obesity crisis and explore the top-ranked diets for 2018.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments today supporting and opposing Ohio's practice of purging inactive voters from the rolls. Coming up, we'll hear from both sides of the issue and consider the policy's legality and impact on voting in Ohio.