Effective Monday, July 19, 2021, the following NOH/OMG office locations will no longer provide on-site blood draws: Westlake, Lorain, Olmsted Falls and Dewhurst. Click here for the nearest lab service location.
Boating can be a lot of fun but it also requires you to be vigilant. Sometimes you can be so relaxed on your boat that your fail to look out for other boaters. Boats with inattentive, incapacitated, or inexperienced drivers can be a hazard on the waterways.
In our Summer Safety Survival Guide, we offer tips that can help you to stay safe while boating. One of the best ways to avoid stress when your out on the water is to set guidelines for yourself and you’re your passengers. Being out on the water can be calming as long as you have prepared well and know how to handle a boat.
Don't mix boating and alcohol. Don't drink if you are driving a boat and encourage your passengers to stay sober as well. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has found that alcohol plays a role in almost half of the instances where an older teen or an adult drowned in a natural setting.