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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 -...
2009-07-23 Research Group Health Cooperative is collaborating with the University of Washington (UW) Department of...
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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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