12.12.14 — The Bellingham Herald
If kids already have received FluMist this year, they’re considered fully vaccinated, CDC officials said. It’s not...
12.9.14 — On the Pulse
Researchers at Seattle Children’s are sharing their success thus far in treating leukemia using immunotherapy – a technology...
12.6.14 — The Seattle Times
12.3.14 — NPR
Draft federal recommendations don't usually raise eyebrows, but this one certainly will — that males of all ages, including...
12.3.14 — Huffington Post
Good design can play a central role in addressing today's complex health challenges. At the most obvious level, you might...
12.3.14 — The Boston Globe
Seattle Children's Hospital and Research Foundation today launched a $100 million, multi-year fundraising initiative to...
12.2.14 — JC Online
While teens should watch how much time they spend on social media, they also should watch how that time is spent. “Spending...
12.1.14 — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Zebrafish, associated mostly with household pets rather than scientific research, may be the key to identifying optimal drug...
11.28.14 — NBC Sports
With an assist from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Foundation is kicking off...
11.26.14 — KING 5 News
Vitamin K is needed by our bodies for blood clotting and it's one of the first shots offered to newborns. More parents are...
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Miracle Season, hosted by Dan Lewis and Molly Shen, aired Dec. 7, 2014 on KOMO 4 TV. The annual holiday special celebrates the remarkable lives of Seattle Children's patients. To donate now, visit https://giveto.seattlechildrens.org
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...
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