11.21.14 — Huffington Post
Until recently, preterm births in the United States had been increasing, said Dr. Eve Lackritz, deputy director of the...
11.18.14 — On the Pulse
No kid wants to have surgery. It’s not a fun experience –
but Dr. Kimberly Riehle, an attending surgeon at Seattle...
11.17.14 — On the Pulse
Dr. Katie Williams, a pediatrician and urgent care
specialist at Seattle Children’s Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center,...
11.17.14 — On the Pulse
When you see pictures of tiny preterm babies, you likely
marvel at how they fit in the palm of a hand, or how a wedding...
11.17.14 — CCA Kids Blog
Seattle Children's publishes blog called On The Pulse, with interesting patient stories on what it is like to undergo...
11.13.14 — GeekWire
A concussion crisis is impacting American football at all levels. One out of every three retired NFL players is expected to...
11.11.14 — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
When sitting across a doctor it can be awkward for a teen to discuss sex, drugs and alcohol, so Seattle researchers have...
11.10.14 — HeraldNet
While awaiting a life-saving kidney transplant, she has managed to land the cover of a national calendar. Madison Gordon,...
11.10.14 — FOX News
Cow’s milk has been touted as one of the healthiest foods you can give your growing baby or toddler. Yet in recent years,...
11.7.14 — Bloomberg Businessweek
Seattle Children's today announced the opening of patient enrollment for its new cellular immunotherapy clinical research...
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This 30-second video features Dr. Samuel R. Browd, attending neurosurgeon and medical director of Seattle Children’s Sports Concussion Program, defining concussion, listing the signs and urging you to get medical care right away if you think your child may have a concussion.
In early 2014, Microsoft reached an incredible giving milestone with Seattle Children’s – $5 million donated! Microsoft supports our efforts in so many ways: matching employee gifts, corporate grants, in-kind contributions and more. Thanks to the generosity of this amazing company, headquartered in our community, the Science Adventure Lab has the...
Dr. Daniel Rubens explains how newborn hearing screens may be an indicator of SIDS.
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