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Seattle Children’s Craniofacial Center provides medical and surgical care to infants, children and teens with any type of ... cont.
It was a baffling medical emergency: an Everett baby who had been completely healthy suddenly seemed to be dying in his ... cont.
Features families and Children’s staff talking about the importance of a family’s role in the medical care of their child. ... cont.
This special takes a look inside the orthopedic unit where bones and muscles once deformed are mended by doctors using ... cont.
Dr. Bruder Stapleton talks about new medical procedures that are giving hope to children with scoliosis, or a curving of the ... cont.
You’d think kids don’t have much to stress about, but school, the media, social pressure and even family life are putting a ... cont.
Dr. Tony Woodward gives tips for parents to prevent dog bites to children.
This special takes a look into the life of children with cancer as they show courage and hope during this difficult time.
A Seattle family is warning others about the danger of riding lawn mowers after one little boy’s life was changed, ... cont.
Dr. Linda Quan has some advice on preventing dehydration.
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