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Sorted By: Kids' Health

Brain tumor can’t stop Evangeline from spreading joy and playing pranks

Posted on Apr. 15, 2021 ( comments)
The first thing you’ll notice about Evangeline Lovie-Garcia, 9, is her infectious laugh. Pull a prank or tell a joke about bodily functions, and you’re sure to hear it.

How to prepare for allergy season

Posted on Apr. 12, 2021 ( comments)
Spring in the Inland Northwest means sunny days, blossoming trees, and colorful flower buds — but for many, it can also mean seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies often begin in February or March and last through early summer, though a variety of factors including precipitation levels, mild winter temperatures, and climate can extend the allergy season well into the fall.

Tips for safe spring break travel

Posted on Mar. 29, 2021 ( comments)

So many of us have the travel bug and are itching to get out of town, especially with spring break right around the corner.

What is Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), and when should parents seek help?

Posted on Mar. 12, 2021 ( comments)

Tyval battles rare gastroenterological condition with the help of his Mary Bridge Children’s care team

Posted on Mar. 9, 2021 ( comments)
Like most 4 year olds, Tyval “Ty” Jackson has an infinite amount of energy.

Child Life Month: Celebrating our Child Life Services team

Posted on Mar. 1, 2021 ( comments)
Hospitals and doctor's offices can be scary places for kids.

Defying all odds: Ollie’s incredible journey

Posted on Feb. 17, 2021 ( comments)
Six years after Oliver Strode was abandoned as an infant at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, Ollie is a happy-go-lucky boy who is now in kindergarten and loves Paw Patrol, basketball and his siblings.

Thirty days spent on ECMO: Ollie’s incredible journey

Posted on Feb. 14, 2021 ( comments)
Less than two years after Oliver Strode’s first Mary Bridge Children’s experience, he became very sick with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

Making routine eye care a priority

Posted on Feb. 12, 2021 ( comments)

The health of your eyes is important enough to merit an annual eye exam. If you don’t believe me just close them for the rest of the day and try to get anything done. Regardless of your day to day activities your eyes are playing a crucial role in your ability to function and until you have that first eye exam you may not be aware that your visual experience isn’t as good as it otherwise could be. 

Abandoned at Mary Bridge Children’s as an infant: Ollie’s incredible journey

Posted on Feb. 11, 2021 ( comments)
Brave, tough, fighter — these words only begin to describe six-year-old Oliver “Ollie” Strode.