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Have you ever thought of magnets as being dangerous?
Magnet Safety (0:00:30)
Dr. Julie Brown, co-director of Emergency Medicine Research, discusses the danger of powerful magnets.
Skateboards, scooters and skates provide fun ways for your child or teen to get the 60 minutes of physical activity that ... cont.
Has this happened to you? You’re driving home after a busy morning and your child falls asleep in the back seat of the car. ... cont.
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Posted on: July 31, 2014
It’s really very sunny out these days in the Pacific Northwest. And although summer can be shorter up here we certainly compensate with idyllic, cloudless days. However, many of us can be out of practice protecting our skin. I’ve seen lots of tan lines and sunburns in clinic this summer. In fact, those of us […]
Children’s Mental Health (0:00:30)
Mark Fadool, clinical director of mental health services at Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, provides early warning signs of mental health issues in kids and teens and urges us all to notice the signs and act early.
Marijuana is addictive. Most teens who enter Seattle Children’s substance abuse treatment program report that marijuana is ... cont.
Busy schedules and easy access to fast food can make it a challenge for families to make healthy food choices. Get ideas on ... cont.
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