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December 06, 2013
Source - Q13 Fox
Dr. Raphael Bernier of Seattle Children’s comments on a recent study that looked at the impact of oxytocin a group of children with autism and the impact on the social brain and the parts of the brain that are involved in how we make sense of our social world.
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.
Dr. Tony Woodward, medical director of emergency services at Seattle Children’s, discusses how to enjoy the hot weekend weather ... cont.
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