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For Girls Only: A Heart-to-Heart Talk on Growing Up Class ...

Two-part class for girls 10 to 12 and parents or guardians. What both the child and parent should expect as girls begin adolescence.

A Book Guide for Pre-Teens and Those Who Live with Them | Seattle ...

The experts who teach For Girls Only and For Boys Only classes provide this list as a sampling of the many books available on puberty and sexuality. Take a look at these books and decide on those that best fit your needs and style of parenting.

Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Resources | Seattle Children's ...

Pediatric and adolescent gynecology resources. Includes information on diagnosis and treatment.

Urination Pain | Seattle Children's Hospital

Pain or burning with urination in children may be caused by soap vulvitis or a bladder infection. Learn how to treat at home and when to call the doctor.

Vaginal Itching or Vaginal Irritation | Seattle Children's ...

Vaginal irritation or vaginal itching in young girls is usually caused by soap vulvitis. Learn how to treat at home and when to call the doctor.

Inguinal Hernia | Seattle Children's Hospital

Inguinal hernia is a bulge of tissue by the crease between the belly and leg. The tissue pokes through a sac hole in the lining that holds the belly in place.

Tips for Reducing Your Child's Screen Time

... communicate about the experience of adolescence. For Girls Only: A
Heart-to-Heart Talk on Growing Up WHEN: Monday, July 12 & Wednesday ...

Good Growing Seasonal Newsletter: Fall 2012 | Seattle Children's ...

Read the online version of Good Growing a seasonal newsletter with child health and safety tips for parents. Updated every winter, spring, summer and fall.

Pectus Carinatum | Seattle Children's Hospital

Pectus carinatum, or pigeon chest, is a condition in which a child's breastbone (sternum) and rib cartilages stick out from their chest.

Genetics | Seattle Children's Hospital

Genetics Overview. Treating a wide range of genetic conditions in children.

Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors | Seattle Children's Hospital

Bone tumors start in the skeleton, such as leg bones, ribs or arm bones. Soft tissue tumors start in other tissues, such as muscles, fat and blood vessels.

Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine | Seattle Children's Hospital

The Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine Clinic treats problems with parts of the body in the pelvic area. The pelvic area includes the urinary tract, intestines, anus, rectum, internal sex organs and genitals. Children may have problems with the way these parts work because of how the parts formed before birth or

Disorders of Sex Development Program | Seattle Children's Hospital

Disorders of Sex Development Program at Seattle Childrens Hospital

Scoliosis | Seattle Children's Hospital

Scoliosis is a sideways curve in the spine. The spines of children with scoliosis curve to the side, like the shape of the letters S or C.

Coarctation of the Aorta | Seattle Children's Hospital

Coarctation of the aorta is when the aorta has a narrow area. Children with coarctation of the aorta may not pump blood easily from their left ventricle.

Von Willebrand Disease Treatment | Seattle Children's Hospital

Treatment for von Willebrand disease in children may not be needed, unless the child has excessive bleeding. Medicines given before surgery or dental work can help with clotting.

Pectus Excavatum | Seattle Children's Hospital

Pectus excavatum, or sunken chest, is a condition in which the breastbone and rib cartilage are formed in a way that causes a dent in the chest.

Imperforate Anus | Seattle Children's Hospital

Imperforate anus is a problem with the way a baby's anus or rectum formed. Other health problems can be linked to imperforate anus.

Choledochal Cyst | Seattle Children's Hospital

Choledochal cyst is a problem with the tubes that carry bile from your childs liver to their gallbladder and intestine. It can cause liver problems.

Newborn Appearance Questions | Seattle Children's Hospital

Find answers to common questions about newborn appearance.

Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology | Seattle Children's Hospital

Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Overview. Treating adrenal disorders, sexually transmitted diseases, polycystic ovary syndrome, and providing contraceptive management.

Atrial Septal Defect | Seattle Children's Hospital

Atrial septal defect (ASD) is an opening between the hearts upper chambers. Children with ASD have oxygen-rich and oxygen-poor blood mix in their heart.

Encephalocele | Seattle Children's Hospital

An encephalocele occurs when a baby's skull does not close completely before birth. Part of the developing baby's brain comes through the openings.

Lipomyelomeningocele | Seattle Children's Hospital

A lipomyelomeningocele is a rare birth defect. A lipomyelomeningocele is a fatty mass covered in skin that is attached to the spinal cord.

Fractures and Growth-Plate Injuries | Seattle Children's Hospital

Fractures are cracks or breaks in bones. Types of fractures are simple, open, trauma, stress and pathologic.

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Summer 2014: Good Growing Newsletter

In This Issue

  • Understanding the Power and Influence of Role Models
  • Legal Marijuana Means Greater Poisoning Risks for Children
  • Why Choose Pediatric Emergency Care?

Download Summer 2014 (PDF)