Steadfast support by Washington Sen. Patty Murray and the western Washington state congressional delegation has resulted in...
Seattle Children’s Hospital has purchased a 252,000 square-foot, mid-rise office tower in Seattle, Washington for $35.9...
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The University of Washington (UW) School of Dentistry and Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center today announced...
Watching violent television programs between the ages of 2 and 5 years of age is clearly linked to aggressive and...
The onset of winter cold and flu season combined with colder, short days unfortunately all contribute to increased asthma...
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