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Dr. Chris Varley, director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry program at Seattle Children’s, comments on the struggles ... cont.
Dr. Joseph Flynn, director of the Pediatric Hypertension Program at Seattle Children's, discusses hypertension in ... cont.
In this KING 5 HealthLink special, we visit with the many volunteers who help make Seattle Children’s such a special ... cont.
Seattle Children's pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson offers tips for parents for keeping little ones safe during the ... cont.
Seattle Children’s uses the da Vinci® robotic system to perform robot assisted laparoscopy (RAL), a type of minimally ... cont.
Watch this six-minute video about Sam, a 3-year-old, whose limb turned out to be a bone tumor called high risk ... cont.
Dr. Pooja Tandon of Seattle Children’s Research Institute discusses her new study, which links preschoolers’ total daily ... cont.
Learn about the fertility-preservation options available to girls and young women undergoing chemotherapy through the ... cont.
Seattle Children’s Dr. Danielle Zerr discusses a new study suggesting there's a way moms can lower influenza's toll on ... cont.
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, a pediatrician and author of Seattle Children's Seattle Mama Doc blog, helps sort out the new ... cont.
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