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Healthlink: Sleep Apnea (3:20)
Dr. Maida Chen discusses the effects of sleep apnea on children.
Ask KOMO: Asthma Management
Dr. Tony Woodward talks about how to avoid asthma triggers and manage your child's asthma.
Healthlink: Concern Growing About Risk of Popular Asthma Drugs (3:00)
Dr. Greg Redding discusses the risks associated with two asthma drugs widely used for children.
Healthlink: Early Asthma (2:21)
Dr. Daniel Wierner discusses the signs of early asthma in children.
Keeping Young Athletes in the Game (0:51:58)
In this KOMO TV special, host Molly Shen shares stories of how the team at Children's helps kids stay in the game amidst sports injuries and healthcare conditions. The program covers areas such as ACL injuries, asthma, nutrition, scoliosis and concussions.
Living with Asthma (0:23:59)
One out of ten children in Washington state has asthma. Learn how to help your child with asthma live a healthy, normal and full life.
Preventing Asthma Attacks (3:13)
Dr. Richard Molteni talks about how to prevent asthma attacks.
Reduce Symptoms of Asthma (3:07)
One in every eight children has asthma. It’s a chronic disease of the airways and the symptoms get worse as the weather cools. Dr. Richard Molteni talks about how to recognize the symptoms of asthma and how you can reduce the risk of an asthma attack.
Exercise Your Future — Staying Fit with Cystic Fibrosis (00:21:48)
In this video, experts on cystic fibrosis show us how important physical activity is in coping with CF. From the toddler to the young adult, we demonstrate series of exercises that can help you stay fit with cystic fibrosis.
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