Entries by Greg Dzuris

TikTok Banned from all state-owned devices

Ohio bans TikTok from state devices, some officials push for total ban Time is ticking for one of the most popular social media apps in the world. On Sunday night, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed an executive order to ban TikTok from any state-owned device, but some public officials are advocating for a complete ban. […]

9 Facts About Dehydration That May Surprise You

Do you wake up thirsty? If so, the reason may not be that you’re dehydrated from drinking too little water throughout the day. Your body also loses water while you sleep, simply through breathing and sweating. This is one of the lesser known causes of dehydration. How Much Water Do I Need to Drink? The […]

How Run DMC Is Helping Students Grow By Embracing Their Emotions

Please click on the video above or read this short video description below – Rapper Darryl “DMC” McDaniels has had just about every kind of success a person can have. As part of the groundbreaking group Run-D.M.C. McDaniels racked up a formidable list of “firsts” in the hip-hop world, with multi-platinum albums, Grammy awards, rock’n’roll […]

Huge mental health investment coming to Ohio

After making mental health a priority since taking office in early 2019, Gov. Mike DeWine has signed $175 million in mental health expenditures into law. The expenditures are divided into two tranches, according to documents provided by the Office of Budget and Management. “This additional $175 million investment in mental health infrastructure expansion and workforce […]

Should You Be Worried About Cardiac Arrest With Your Child?

Earlier this month, Buffalo Bills football player Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest on live TV after tackling an opponent. Parents of children who play contact sports often lament the risks of broken bones or concussion, but a heart attack? Statistically, Hamlin’s injury is a rarity. Commotio cordis, the onset of a fatal arrhythmia that […]

New AAP COVID-19 Guidance for Safe Schools

The American Academy of Pediatrics has just released new COVID-19 Guidance for Safe Schools. Keep reading for more info or click here to view the original report. The AAP strongly advocates that all policy considerations for school plans should start with the goal of keeping students safe and physically present in school. Purpose and Key […]

Red Light, Green Light: Am I Doing this Re-Entry Right?

Written by Dr. Carly Wilbur, UH Pediatrician and psi Medical Director Wallet, keys, phone… mask: We check our pockets before leaving the house or the car. Pretty soon, if Americans continue to take advantage of the readily available COVID-19 vaccines, we may be able to drop that last item off the list. Airplane travel, celebrations with large […]

Lessons from the Pandemic: Gearing up for the 2021-2022 School Year

Written by Thom Fladung, Hennes Communications Congratulations, School Leaders. You survived 2020-21 – a school year unlike any other, featuring the continuation of a public health pandemic, the most hyper-charged political atmosphere in memory and social justice issues that roiled the nation. Your reward: Start getting ready for 2021-22. But unlike, say, January 2020, when […]

Technology…What Does the Future Hold for our Field?

Written by Christine Worthington, Virtualpsi Coordinator and Field Supervisor Technology…let’s ponder that word for a minute…technology. To some, this word is exciting and stirs feelings of future growth and promise. To others, this concept can be frightening and intimidating. Currently, in our field, technology is often considered synonymous with teletherapy. However, I have come to […]