Heather and her daughter, Lauren, are healthier and more active after participating in a weight management treatment study at Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Now, Heather is using what she’s learned to help others.

Patient Families SHIFT to Peer Advisors as Weight Management Treatment Study Progresses

Through our Strong Against Cancer initiative, we’re leading the fight against childhood cancer with new immunotherapy treatments. Learn how you can get involved and help bring this lifesaving treatment to even more kids.

Get Involved - Strong Against Cancer

Babies in developing countries often wait longer for lifesaving heart surgery than babies in the U.S., leaving them sicker and weaker when they reach the operating room. We teamed up with cardiologists in Indonesia to develop an easy, economical way to speed recovery time for babies after heart surgery.

Tiny Hearts, Faster Healing: Seattle and Indonesian Cardiologists’ Easy Fix Improves Heart Surgery Recovery in Babies

Are you interested in nursing? Are you entering junior or senior year of high school? If you said yes, we want you! Applications for the 2017 Summer Nurse Camp are now available.

2017 Summer Nurse Camp | Seattle Children’s Hospital

Sodium is often hidden in a lot of foods that we wouldn’t normally think of as salty. Learn where this sneaky ingredient may be making its way into your family’s diet and the small changes you can make to reduce it.

Sneaky Sodium is Hard on the Heart

Seattle University Dance Marathon captains, dancers, donors and supporters, you are INCREDIBLE! Thank you for dancing throughout the day and night to raise more than $148,000 to support uncompensated care and Strong Against Cancer.
Our Urgent Care Clinics are open Presidents' Day (2/20), in Seattle, Federal Way, Bellevue and Mill Creek from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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To our patient families and supporters, we can only imagine how hard it is to see your loved ones in the hospital. We hold you in our hearts and hope that a few words from Annia’s mother, Sarah, resonates.

Our daughter, Annia was diagnosed in utero with an ASD (hole in the heart). She was in the NICU at UW for 17 days and while their they discovered she had an enlarged heart, anonlymous...
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Miss watching our HealthLink special the first time? You’re in luck! Meet the thought leaders at Seattle Children’s whose innovations are improving and potentially saving the lives of millions of children around the world. Tune in to KING 5 on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and KONG on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Bike helmets are a no-brainer, so we’re giving them away to kids ages 1 to 18 at monthly events throughout Washington state. See when our Kohl's Helmet Safety Program at Seattle Children's will be in your neighborhood this year.

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You could feel the love yesterday! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all who donated to brighten our patients' day. <3
Edith’s valentine is so sweet we just had to share it. Wishing you all lots of love and hugs today and every day. <3
Happy Valentine’s Day! Thanks to a new heart, Lincoln is thriving today. He loves to chase his siblings around and his favorite Valentine’s Day treat is yogurt drops. Share the love this Valentine’s Day, and donate to help children like Lincoln.

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Looking to shorten your to-do list, maybe sleep better and reduce anxiety? Seattle Mama Doc shares five things you can stop worrying about as a parent, because you’re likely already doing a wonderful job raising your child.

5 Things To Stop Worrying About - Seattle Mama Doc

Welcome to the newest Seattle Children's Guild Association family members!
Dr. Ben Danielson was honored with the Simms/Mann Institute’s Whole Child Award. He sat down with us to talk about this achievement and how Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, a community clinic located in Seattle’s Central District provides medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services to families.

Dr. Ben Danielson Honored for an Innovative Approach to Caring for Children

Some pictures are worth much more than a thousand words. See how a photo of Julia led to identifying retinoblastoma, a rare eye cancer, and immediate treatment that saved her eye and her vision.

A Mother’s Intuition Leads to Picture-Perfect Treatment of Eye Cancer

Brooklyn has pulmonary hypertension, and her story is truly an inspiration. Read how she goes from breathless to actively playing volleyball and baseball with help from an oldie but goody, the Potts shunt.

New Use of Old Surgical Tool Transforms Brooklyn’s Life

The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends two doses of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine for most children and teens.

HPV Vaccine On Time: Only 2 Doses - Seattle Mama Doc

Help your family be as safe and healthy as they can be with my Good Growing. This issue includes information on how to safely get rid of unwanted medicines, healthy snacks for kids, bullying and more!

my Good Growing from Seattle Children's Hospital