Steadfast support by Washington Sen. Patty Murray and the western Washington state congressional delegation has resulted in...
Seattle Children’s Hospital has purchased a 252,000 square-foot, mid-rise office tower in Seattle, Washington for $35.9...
Children whose mothers have a history of abuse by intimate partners have more healthcare needs than children whose mothers...
Trauma is the most important cause of morbidity and mortality among children and adolescents, accounting for nearly 16,000...
The local March of Dimes chapter honored three Children’s Hospital nurses at its 5th annual Nurse of the Year awards...
Young people with asthma are twice as likely to suffer from depressive and anxiety disorders as children without asthma,...
In an effort to protect patients, one hospital is trying to prevent the spread of influenza by offering free flu shots to a...
The University of Washington (UW) School of Dentistry and Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center today announced...
Watching violent television programs between the ages of 2 and 5 years of age is clearly linked to aggressive and...
The onset of winter cold and flu season combined with colder, short days unfortunately all contribute to increased asthma...
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Protect your kids from certain cancers and other diseases caused by human papillomavirus, or HPV. Get your girls and boys vaccinated when they are 11 or 12, or as soon as possible if they’re already 13 or older. The vaccine is a series of three doses. Be sure your child completes the whole series for the best protection. If you have questions...
Vaccine is the best way to prevent seasonal flu. Everyone 6 months of age and older should get the flu vaccine each year, whether it’s as a shot or as a nasal spray. Your healthcare provider can help you choose the right form. Get the vaccine for your family as soon as you are able, and be sure to ask anyone who takes care of your child to get the...
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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