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The Hunger Games: How a Team at Children’s Uses Hunger to Teach Kids to Eat
January 22, 2015
Last April, at the age of 12, Lydia Vaughan felt hungry for the first time. The new sensation – along with support from her family and a team of specialists at Seattle Children’s – helped her learn to do in two weeks what she had never done before: put food in her mouth and swallow […]
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