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Dr. Monique Burton, ... cont.
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson discusses new advice from the AAP on the use of fever-reducing medicine in children.
In the first of our monthly “I Am Seattle Children’s” video stories, you will meet nurse Megan Levisen.
For young ... cont.
Dr. Robert Hilt, director of Psychiatric Emergency Services at Seattle Children's, discusses the problem of inadequate ... cont.
Dr. Leslie Walker, chief of Adolescent Medicine at Seattle Children's, comments on a new study finding optimism is good for ... cont.
Childhood Communication Center video: 504 Plans for Children with Hearing Loss
An update on Seattle Children’s patient Tyrell Cummings, who was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2007.
Teen weight management programs are slowly taking root at universities across the country. Locally, a program called the ACT ... cont.
Sconyers/Godfrey Bioethics Grand Rounds
Commentator: Walter Robinson, MD, MPH, Associate Professor ... cont.
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