Patient safety is at the core of our mission at Seattle Children’s Hospital and we continually strive to improve on all...
Children’s will offer H1N1 flu vaccines to all children between the ages of six months and 18 years. If able, parents should...
In a new study, the amount of television viewed by many young children in child care settings doubles the previous estimates...
In a new study publishing in the December issue of Pediatrics, the common childhood condition of acute gastroenteritis...
Children's CEO urges swift action by City Council on hospital expansion
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Today Seattle’s Hearing Examiner recommended in a 37-page report that the City Council should deny the proposed Major...
Experts at Seattle Children’s Hospital have put together a Healthy Child Checklist to ensure that children - and parents -...
Group Health Cooperative is collaborating with the University of Washington (UW) Department...
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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...
3.24.15 - Seattle Children's
Seattle Children’s Heart Center will hold a Family Education Day on Saturday, May 2, 2015 for current patients. The day will...cont.
3.2.15 - The Denver Post
Eliminating exemptions for religious and personal beliefs would certainly increase vaccination rates, said Dr. Douglas S....cont.
2.25.15 - Pew Research Center
Our analysis found wide variation in vaccination exemptions across the country. Some states have strict guidelines...cont.