CloseGet the newsLog In or Subscribe to skipSign in with FacebookSign in with GoogleSign in FAQMORE NEWSlocalInvestigatorsHealthLinkEnvironmentAerospaceBusiness/TechPoliticsNational PoliticsPets/AnimalsChildrens Health LinkDr. Swanson: New guidelines for kids' screen timeRead StoryKING 5 NewsGut bacteria in infancy may influence asthma risk 2d Ask Dr. Swanson: Ways to keep kids active during… 7d Revisiting Enterovirus D68 8d Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson - back-to-school nutrition 17d Texting pill box could help young transplant… 21d Asthma coaches help parents control symptoms 29d Girl, 8, gets third heart transplant at Seattle… 31d Art therapy at Seattle Children's 35d Grave's disease can mimic ADHD symptoms 36d Local WeatherSeattle, WA4 PM67°10 PM63°4 AM59°10 AM62°More Weatherpresented byHeadlinesUpdated 5 p.m. PDTGridListChildrens Health Link7 year old raises money for others with bladder exstrophy7 year old raises money for others with bladder exstrophyTwo kids born with their bladders on the outside of their bodies are raising money for a common cause.Childrens Health Link1 month, 1 week agoHealthWashington lice grow resistant to common treatmentsWashington lice grow resistant to common treatmentsScientists found nearly all lice populations in 30 states had high levels of gene mutations linked to treatment resistance.Health1 month, 2 weeks agoHealthContact HealthLinkContact HealthLinkSend your storyHealth4 months, 2 weeks agoChildrens Health LinkTelepsychiatry helps underserved populationsTelepsychiatry helps underserved populationsSeattle Children's an early pioneer in online mental health visitsChildrens Health Link1 month, 2 weeks agoChildrens Health LinkPreemie privacyPreemie privacyA better way to care for premature babies?Childrens Health Link1 month, 3 weeks agoChildrens Health LinkHow to handle sleep terrors in childrenHow to handle sleep terrors in childrenYoung children with sleep terrors, and how to handle them.Childrens Health Link2 months, 1 week agoChildrens Health LinkKidney stones in kids on the riseKidney stones in kids on the riseOnce considered a problem of middle-aged men, kidney stones are now affecting childrenChildrens Health Link2 months, 2 weeks agoHealthMaking the switch from artiifical to natural ingredientsMaking the switch from artiifical to natural ingredientsCompanies say finding substitute colors and flavors is not always easy.Health2 months, 3 weeks agoChildrens Health LinkPhthalate exposure during pregnancy can affect future fertility of sonsPhthalate exposure during pregnancy can affect future fertility of sonsA recent study reveals another reason pregnant women should try to avoid chemicals that make plastic soft and flexible.Childrens Health Link2 months, 3 weeks agoChildrens Health LinkIs sushi safe for young children?Is sushi safe for young children?Experts say it all depends on how this popular Asian cuisine is prepared.Childrens Health Link3 months agoChildrens Health LinkTamping down the sensory overload for kids with autismTamping down the sensory overload for kids with autismA school started giving haircuts in class to reduce sensory overloads for children diagnosed with autism.Childrens Health Link3 months, 1 week agoChildrens Health LinkWhy teens have more trouble waking up in summerWhy teens have more trouble waking up in summerDon't be surprised if your teen goes overboard this time of year. 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