Research Finds Preschoolers Need More Opportunities for Active Play

The early childhood years are crucial for learning and development which should always involve a great deal of outdoor physical activity and playtime, but new research shows that’s not always the case. Results from a two-year study published today in Pediatrics show that children in daycares and preschools were presented with only 48 minutes of […]

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Child Protection Experts Respond to Abusive Head Trauma Critics: Would You Shake Your Baby?

In recent years, the diagnosis of abusive head trauma (AHT), historically referred to as shaken baby syndrome, has been the focus of great debate in court rooms and media headlines across the country. The debate has focused on a few key questions: Does AHT really exist? Can shaking really cause brain injury or death in […]

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Coins, Blow Darts and Button Batteries: The Diary of an Otolaryngologist

They say that life is all about the little things, and for the Otolaryngology care team at Seattle Children’s Hospital, this statement holds true more often than not. Each year more than 150 children find their way to the Seattle Children’s Otolaryngology clinic to have some kind of household object, or “foreign body,” removed from […]

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Seattle Children’s Researchers to Present at Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting

Seattle Children’s has the honor of having over 100 doctors and researchers slated to present at the 2015 Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Annual Meeting. This is the largest international meeting focused on children’s health research and clinical implications. On the Pulse is highlighting two Seattle Children’s researchers who will be presenting their exciting new research: Dr. Megan […]

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Seattle Children’s Encourages Community to Help End Child Abuse

Visit or drive by Seattle Children’s during the month of April and you might notice something whimsical spinning in the wind: pinwheels, thousands of them, serving as symbols of hope and support in recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The pinwheel planting is a yearly tradition at Seattle Children’s, a sentiment which began to […]

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Seattle Children’s Opens New Onsite Bicycle Service Center for Staff, Encourages Alternative Transportation

It’s no secret that traffic congestion is a problem in Seattle. If it feels like it has gotten worse lately, it’s not just you. A new study released last week by the Puget Sound Regional Council found that delays on regional freeways have gone up by more than 52% since 2010. Seattle already has the […]

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