2.13.15 — On the Pulse
Seattle Children’s is my home. From the previously trademark blue bubble letters, the giraffes (which were recently replaced...
2.12.15 — On the Pulse
The first thing Dr. Michael Cunningham noticed was the crowding. Hundreds of African mothers and their young children,...
2.11.15 — On the Pulse
Children who need a heart transplant face a frightening waiting game before a donor heart becomes available. They must live...
2.9.15 — The Wall Street Journal
Pediatricians face growing numbers of parents who question or reject vaccinations for their children. Now, public health...
A 2013 study in JAMA Pediatrics found a big risk of contracting pertussis or whooping cough with each delayed vaccine dose,...
2.7.15 — NPR
As California's measles outbreak continues to spread beyond state borders, many doctors nationwide are grappling with how...
2.7.15 — The Seattle Times
A growing measles outbreak linked to the Disneyland theme park has spurred action in Washington state and elsewhere to crack...
2.6.15 — KING 5 News
With a scalpel in hand, Dr. Kimberly Riehle can make an incision with precision. Not only is she a skilled pediatric surgeon...
2.6.15 — On the Pulse
When an ultrasound revealed a problem with her baby’s heart, Melinda Deitz – then five months pregnant – was referred to...
2.5.15 — New York Magazine
As opposed to dealing with vaccinations as a political issue, how should they be addressed? The expert consensus at the...
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La vacuna es lo mejor para prevenir la influenza o gripe de la temporada. Desde los 6 meses en adelante, todos debemos vacunarnos cada año. Algunas vacunas para la influenza se inyectan y otras se dan por la nariz, en aerosol. Su médico puede ayudarle a escoger la mejor para usted. Lleve a su familia a vacunarse en cuanto pueda y asegúrese de que...
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