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Back-To-School: How to Help Kids with First Day Jitters & Anxiety

Posted on Aug. 24, 2020 ( comments)
Back-to-school jitters are a natural form of anxiety for many children. 

Back-to-School: How to Have a Family Meeting

Posted on Aug. 24, 2020 ( comments)
The new school year is starting, and it looks very different. Home-based, online learning is new for most families. 

Back-to-school vaccines are still important during a virtual return to school

Posted on Aug. 20, 2020 ( comments)
back to school immunizations 2015

A Toy Drive Close to the Heart

Posted on Aug. 19, 2020 ( comments)
Never underestimate the power of community — or Nerf guns — to bring a smile to those who need it.

Youngest baby in the world with spinal muscular atrophy diagnosis receives gene therapy at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital

Posted on Jul. 20, 2020 ( comments)

Danielle Coleman, MD, of Pediatrics Northwest knew during the first appointment with her 3-day-old patient that something was amiss.

New era of child-focused care for South Sound families

Posted on Jul. 8, 2020 ( comments)

Mary Bridge Children’s orthopedic surgeons and ED doctors partner for improved results

Posted on Jun. 23, 2020 ( comments)
Mary Bridge Children's Hospital Emergency Department doctors and orthopedic surgeons work together to improve broken arm casting in the ED.

Speaking to children about race: advice from a pediatric mental health expert

Posted on Jun. 18, 2020 ( comments)

Winning smiles: Photo buttons help children see the happy faces of their caregivers

Posted on Jun. 11, 2020 ( comments)
Mary Bridge Children's “Under This Mask is a Helper” button program is designed to help the child feel more comfortable about the person in front of them.

Parents: Be aware of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) associated with COVID-19

Posted on May. 29, 2020 ( comments)
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) is a rare but serious illness that has recently been seen in childen who have had COVID-19 or had been around someone with COVID-19.