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June 27, 2013
Source - KOMO TV
A new study reports black and Hispanic children are half as likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as their white peers, a finding that supports what one Seattle doctor has suspected for years. Mark Stein, director of the ADHD program at Seattle Children's Hospital, talks about the study results.
Parental decisions are the bedrock of childhood vaccination rates. While most parents turn to their pediatricians for help ... cont.
Dr. Tim Rose, co-director of Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Center for Global Infectious Disease Research, has ... cont.
Although many advances have been made in temporary heart pumps for adults, the same has not been true for children. But, that’s ... cont.
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