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Dr. Daniel Rubens explains how newborn hearing screens may be an indicator of SIDS.
Dr. Mark Lewin discusses how congenital heart defects are one of the most common forms of birth defects.
Dr. Leslie Walker discusses talking about sex with children and provides some helpful tips for parents looking to talk about ... cont.
Dr. Doug Diekema discusses issues to be tackled during the 2007 Bioethics Conference.
Sconyers/Godfrey Bioethics Grand Rounds
Commentator: Christine Grady, RN, PhD, Department of ... cont.
Dr. Carol Wallace discusses juvenile arthritis and the different treatment options that can lessen the pain for children.
Dr. Ben Danielson gives tips for dealing with bedwetting and warning signs for more serious problems.
Dr. Ben Danielson provides caregivers with helpful tips for encouraging picky eaters to eat.
Seattle Children's has been a vital part of the community since 1907. Today, Children's attracts the best and brightest ... cont.
Craniofacial malformations, such as cleft lip and palate, are the most common birth defects in children. Dr. Rich Molteni ... cont.
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