Patient safety is at the core of our mission at Seattle Children’s Hospital and we continually strive to improve on all...
Children’s will offer H1N1 flu vaccines to all children between the ages of six months and 18 years. If able, parents should...
In a new study, the amount of television viewed by many young children in child care settings doubles the previous estimates...
In a new study publishing in the December issue of Pediatrics, the common childhood condition of acute gastroenteritis...
Children's CEO urges swift action by City Council on hospital expansion
One significant event scheduled as part of One World 2011 is a medical conference organized by Seattle Children's Hospital,...
With microscopes aligned, pipettes poised and centrifuges ready to spin, Seattle Children's hits the road this school year...
Today Seattle’s Hearing Examiner recommended in a 37-page report that the City Council should deny the proposed Major...
Experts at Seattle Children’s Hospital have put together a Healthy Child Checklist to ensure that children - and parents -...
2009-07-23 Research Group Health Cooperative is collaborating with the University of Washington (UW) Department of Medicine,...
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From healing paws to poetry programs, see the innovative and inspiring ways Seattle Children's goes beyond traditional medicine to heal kids. The KING 5 HealthLink special “Healing the Spirit” is hosted by Jean Enersen.
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About 50,000 people with autism and their families are being recruited to participate in the largest-ever research study of...
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Dr. Daniel Rubens of Seattle Children’s Hospital, who believes inner-ear troubles might provide a clue to the mystery of...
Jacob Wald, 13, went skiing last month with the help of specially designed skis that allow him to use his arms to steer....