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Celebrating Mother’s Day Apart

by NPHM | May 4th, 2020

Mother’s Day is a holiday usually celebrated together, whether that means taking Mom out to a fancy restaurant for dinner or surprising her with an unexpected visit. But this year, things are different for mothers and their children. The threat of COVID-19 means that many family members who don’t live in the same home need […]

How to Stay Sane when Self-Quarantining for COVID-19

by NPHM | April 13th, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) infections have been reported in all 50 U.S. states. Due to its highly contagious and infectious nature, and the unique ways it differs from other common viruses such the common cold and influenza, the general population is highly susceptible to catching it. If you’ve watched the news or followed the situation on social […]

A Guide to Staying Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

by NPHM | April 6th, 2020

Most of us are sitting in our homes, watching TV, reading news feeds, and hoping that the threat of COVID-19 goes away as quickly as possible. It’s a crazy experience for all of us, and we’re all asking the same question, “How do I stay safe?” Before we look at safety tips, let’s first state […]

What COVID-19 Means for You: Summary of Orders and Advisories

by NPHM | April 1st, 2020

As the coronavirus outbreak has officially become a global pandemic, it has had a number of dramatic effects on society and the economy, not the least of which is “social distancing.” But what does that even mean? Essentially, social distancing means staying a minimum of six feet apart from other people to prevent the spread […]

NP4CLE Charity of the Month – Colors+ Youth Center

by NPHM | April 1st, 2020

We are excited to announce our April NP4CLE charity partner will be the Colors+ Youth Center! Colors+ Youth Center’s mission is to strengthen LGBTQ+ you community and allies through advocacy, support, education, and celebration. LGBTQ + Youth are at a higher risk for mental health concerns, suicidality, bullying, obesity, and substance use. Colors+ Youth Center […]

NP4CLE Charity of the Month

by NPHM | February 1st, 2020

This February, we’re thrilled to support the Greater Ohio Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America. This non-profit health organization utilizes volunteers to raise money for local lupus research projects and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by this disease through research, education, and advocacy programs. Lupus is a chronic (long-term) […]

Stanley’s Wish

by Staff | December 18th, 2019

The Nurenberg Paris Law Firm has partnered with Make-A-Wish OKI to grant Stanley’s wish to see the “biggest and best Christmas tree” in the world!  In the eyes of a four-year-old, that tree is Mickey’s Christmas tree located at the Walt Disney World® Resort.  Stanley’s battle with leukemia has infiltrated every aspect of his family’s […]

Congratulations to Our NP4CLE Veterans Day Tribute Winners!

by NPHM | November 21st, 2019

Our NP4CLE Veterans Day Tribute is now complete. Click the image below to watch us draw the six winners! $500 Prize – Chad Breedlove (Army, 4 years of service) $500 Prize – Sharon Lange (Marine Corps, 21 years of service) $500 Prize – Kenneth Milenovic (Army, 3 years of service) $500 Prize – Steven O’Neill […]

Announcing the NP4CLE Veterans Day Tribute

by NPHM | October 18th, 2019

To celebrate Veterans Month and in support of the Friends of the Greater Cleveland Fisher House, we’re honoring the sacrifices Ohio veterans have made in their service to our country by highlighting their service on our website and entering them into a drawing for a chance to win one of six $500 prizes. All Ohioans […]

How to Protect Your Child from Dry Drowning

by NPHM | July 17th, 2019

Although dry drowning is a relatively new term for many parents, it has the potential to become their worst nightmare, especially as the hot summer months have kids clamoring for visits to the local lake or pool. Dry drowning is a type of delayed drowning, when physical effects of drowning occur long after leaving the […]