4.23.15 — On the Pulse
Anna Copley, 15, and her family have known since Anna was a baby that she might need a kidney transplant. At only 3 weeks...
4.21.15 — On the Pulse
Elizabeth McIntosh, 19, has been through a lot to get to where she is today. Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, one of the most...
4.21.15 — KING 5 News
When we last saw Julie Kobayashi a year ago she was getting her first look at the device that saved her life, a ventricular...
4.15.15 — On the Pulse
About 70,000 young people ages 15 to 39 are diagnosed with cancer each year in the U.S., and cancer is leading cause of...
4.13.15 — FOX News
Children with parents in the military may have lower vaccination rates than other kids, according to a large U.S. survey....
4.3.15 — On the Pulse
Sage Taylor was born with a severe malformation in the right hemisphere of her brain – a condition that caused her to have...
4.2.15 — On the Pulse
Appendicitis is one of the most common reasons children need surgery, yet diagnosis and treatment approaches vary greatly...
3.25.15 — KING 5 News
At age 14, while playing polo, Claire Stieg was thrown from her horse. "I hit the ground so hard that I blacked out and had...
3.19.15 — KING 5 News
Behind the big smile of Dr. Doug Hawkins hides a hint of hesitation and a touch of anxiety. "Well, I haven't ever prepared...
3.19.15 — The New York Times
More and more parents of young children are hitting upon using video-calling apps, such as FaceTime and Skype, as handy...
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