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November 19, 2012
Source - KING 5 TV
When a teen gets depressed, often medication is the answer. But when is the right time to ask your doctor about that very important option? A new study from Seattle Children's and Group Health offers parents some answers. Dr. Laura Richardson of Seattle Children’s Research Institute talks about depression and potential risk factors.
A 13-year-old boy in Seattle has just been released from a hospital after surviving the ravages of a flesh-eating bacteria. CBS ... cont.
Expect to see more even more bikes in downtown Seattle soon, with plans for a new Bike Share program set to roll out in late ... cont.
Dr. Mark Stein of Seattle Children’s has dedicated his career to the research and treatment of ADHD. In his estimation, ... cont.
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