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Meet two new moms and two South King County babies

Posted Oct 9, 2015 ( comments)
To help us celebrate South King County Baby Week, we asked two new moms to share their recent experiences at our birth center.Read Article arrow

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Disaster Preparedness Day of Food

Disaster preparedness kits: Build or buy?

Posted on Sep. 29, 2015 ( comments)

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Ever wondered whether it's better to build your own emergency kit from the ground up, or buy one premade? We tried it. Here's what we learned.

Cancer and kids: How to answer a child's questions

Posted on Sep. 15, 2015 ( comments)
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A phone call away: Help for depression and suicide

Posted on Sep. 10, 2015 ( comments)

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. and suicide and depression often go hand-in-hand. Read on to learn more.

Doctor On Demand

Doctor On Demand: A doctor's perspective

Posted on Aug. 11, 2015 ( comments)

Virtual urgent care is growing in popularity with patients. But what’s it like to be a doctor, providing care through a video screen?

An ounce of prevention

Posted on Jun. 18, 2015 ( comments)
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The dangers of sports specialization for kids

Posted on May. 27, 2015 ( comments)
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Stay safe on the water this summer

Posted on May. 1, 2015 ( comments)

With rivers, lakes and Puget Sound all within easy reach, water sports of all kinds are popular in our region. A few simple precautions can help keep you and your kids safe at the pool, beach or out on the water.

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Use your street smarts to stay safe from sexual assault

Posted on Apr. 20, 2015 ( comments)

Staying safe in a dangerous world

Local farmers' markets get big boost to bring farm-fresh foods to families

Posted on Apr. 17, 2015 ( comments)
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Cinemavision helps kids having MRIs get lost in the plot

Posted on Apr. 16, 2015 ( comments)

An MRI is noisy. It takes a long time, and being in the MRI machine makes many people feel claustrophobic. All of that can be scary for kids. That's where Cinemavision comes in.