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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.
I loved “The Fault in Our Stars.” Both the book and the movie. I read the book a few years ago during a flight. I cried so hard ... cont.
Dr. James Olson is a pediatric oncologist at Seattle Children’s, and the scientist who developed a compound using a protein ... cont.
In less than two weeks, Jack Conover went from being a 7-year-old in need of a heart transplant to a vibrant boy walking out of ... cont.
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