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Craniofacial malformations, such as cleft lip and palate, are the most common birth defects in children. Dr. Rich Molteni ... cont.
Watch the story about Kristin, a pharmacy student at the University of Washington, who had a liver transplant.
A toddler received this region’s first ever mechanical heart implanted in a child under 5.
Ear infections are the second most common childhood illness. Are ear tubes the answer to normal speech development? Dr. ... cont.
At age 5 and just 2-feet-11-inches tall, Katrina Wagner is a dwarf. She has a type of dwarfism known as kniest dysplasia. ... cont.
Should parents have their child fitted with ear tubes? Dr. Scott Manning talks about a long-term study that challenges the ... cont.
If you love a hot cup of coffee or tea in the morning, you’ll want to pay close attention.
Children with heart diseases should not play competitive sports. Yet young athletes with inherited heart conditions often go ... cont.
Witness what happens when Seattle Children’s doctors give kids — and their families — a chance to experience life’s simple ... cont.
Many children are susceptible to ear infections. Dr. Bruder Stapleton has some advice for parents.
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