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September 12, 2012
Source - USA Today
A new study found that immunity from the whooping cough vaccine fades sharply over time, which stresses the need to develop new vaccines and consider additional booster shots for children. Dr. Edgar Marcuse, a professor of pediatrics at Seattle Children's Hospital, said that a new vaccine is not going to be a quick fix.
Dr. Tony Woodward, medical director of emergency services at Seattle Children’s, discusses how to enjoy the hot weekend weather ... cont.
A local teenager is using the “MTV Cribs” show format to show off an unlikely place: Seattle Children’s Hospital. This is the ... cont.
Most sexually-active people will pick up human papillomavirus at one time or another, and it’s very dangerous for a small ... cont.
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