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Ask KOMO: Window Safety
Dr. Tony Woodward discusses the steps you can take in your home to prevent window falls.
Research has shown that one in five teens will go through a period of major depression by the time they are 18 years of age. ... cont.
Over 1,500 children and teens die every year in the U.S. from drowning. In Washington state, an average of 25 children and ... cont.
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Posted on: June 17, 2013
Lots of people ask me how my boys get along. I never know quite how to answer. They are pals most of the time, they play and invent and create games and fun together. But they also fight. I suppose I expect it as a mother but I admit that even as a pediatrician, ex [...]
Small Steps to a Healthy Lifestyle: 7-5-2-1-0 (00:00:30)
In this 30-second video, Dr. Mollie Greves Grow provides simple steps you can take with your family to work toward a healthier lifestyle.
How should I clean my baby’s gums and teeth? Beginning at birth, wipe your baby’s gums daily with a clean, damp cloth. Start ... cont.
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For Boys Only: The Joys and Challenges of Growing Up
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The Teenology 101 blog is a guide for parents and caregivers raising teenagers, written by experts from our department of adolescent medicine.
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