CloseGet the newsLog In or Subscribe to skipSign in with FacebookSign in with GoogleSign in FAQMORE NEWSlocalInvestigatorsHealthLinkEnvironmentAerospaceBusiness/TechPoliticsNational PoliticsPets/AnimalsChildrens Health LinkKidney stones in kids on the riseRead StoryKING 5 HealthLink staffMaking the switch from artiifical to natural… 10d Phthalate exposure during pregnancy can affect… 13d Is sushi safe for young children? 20d Tamping down the sensory overload for kids with… 27d Why teens have more trouble waking up in summer 34d When the cure causes cancer later on 41d It's not just sugar eroding kid's teeth 48d The coming tsunami: children with autism reaching… 54d Whooping cough cases on the rise in Washington 55d Local WeatherSeattle, WA3 PM79°9 PM73°3 AM62°9 AM68°More Weatherpresented byQuick LinksActively NorthwestHeadlinesUpdated 5:59 p.m. PDTGridListChildrens Health LinkEven preschoolers aren't getting enough exerciseEven preschoolers aren't getting enough exerciseSeattle 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