Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center today announced plans to establish the Center for Pediatric Bioethics, the...
Seattle, Wash.: Giving flu vaccine to toddlers in the spring and fall guards against infection and is easier on parents than...
Seattle, Wash.: Children’s Hospital recently announced the appointment of Robert Boucek, M.D., as division chief of...
Palliative Care Program is the first of its kind and provides medical, psychological, social, spiritual and logistical...
A program that targets allergens and tobacco smoke in the home resulted in fewer asthma symptoms in children participating...
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Seattle, Wash.: Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle has identified three employees who have been...
Seattle, Wash. – Children's Port Townsend Thrift Store, the second oldest thrift store in Children's Retail Store division,...
Intense antismoking campaigns and a $1 cost increase per- pack of cigarettes could drastically reduce the number of young...
U.S. News & World Report magazine placed Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center among the nation's top...
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This 30-second video features Dr. Carlos Villavicencio of Seattle Children’s Hospital giving tips for preventing window falls.
Este video de 30 segundos presenta los consejos del doctor Carlos Villavicencio, de Seattle Children's Hospital, para prevenir caídas desde ventanas.
Dr. Carin Cunningham, a psychologist who specializes in treating gastrointestinal diseases, offers insights into the emotional and psychological toll inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can take. Families affected by IBD share how they have learned to better deal with their child's illness.
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