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Ready, set, go: Fitness trackers motivate kids to get moving

Ready… steady… go! And go. That’s the goal of the Booster, a wearable fitness technology for kids made by Sqord.

Safe Crossings helps kids navigate the perils of grief

Safe Crossings Foundation supports children facing the grieving process.

Kids in Medicine inspires future scientists with hands-on experiences

Kids in Medicine offers hands-on programs for children of all ages at its laboratories in downtown Seattle.

Neighbors helping neighbors

Neighborcare brings a state-of-the-art health-care facility to vulnerable North Seattle families.

Challenging food allergies in a safe place

A Seattle food-allergy clinic provides peace of mind for parents.

Medela's breastpump recycle program supports NICU moms

The program gives moms with babies in the NICU one less thing to think about.

Dental care tips for children with special needs

Kidical Mass! Tips for family biking, Seattle-style

Seattle families share their experiences with urban biking.

Growing healthy eaters at the Rainier Beach Learning Garden

Seattle's Rainier Beach Learning Garden offers kids the chance to dig in to gardening and learn more about growing their own produce.

Measles and vaccines: Have the conversation with your doctor

Seattle Children's explores the link between bacteria and still and premature births

When is it Legal to Leave Kids at Home Alone?

What children can do without supervision is a legal gray area.

Vaccine hesitancy: A personal and community dilemma

Trust. It's at the heart of the debate over vaccination. Whom do you trust? How do you come to your beliefs, and why?

Seattle Children's doc explains importance of vitamin D for kids

By thinking about bone health at an early age, individuals can ensure they have strong bones later in life

Stay home to avoid viruses?

Two local doctors offer advice about playing through those dreaded, endless cold seasons

These grown-up goods are no good for kids

The growing popularity of e-cigarettes and marijuana-infused food products are making some children seriously sick.

The interplay of sports and physiology

The more time a young athlete spends focusing on a single sport, the more likely they will deal with injuries later.
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