Children ages 5-11 are the latest group to become eligible to receive a COVID-19 booster shot, following approval from the Centers for Disease Co
Consistency and patience are key factors for people working to resume lactating if they’ve slowed down or stopped altogether, according to UW Medicine nurse and lactation consultant Gretchen Rohrbaugh.
Dr. Beth Ebel, a professor of pediatrics at the UW School of Medicine, warns families against diluting dwindling supplies of baby formula.
A team of specialists serving the families of extremely preterm babies (22 to 25 weeks' gestation) is giving the earliest newborns across the Pacific Northwest a better shot at surviving.
Before 2021, the survival rate of extreme preemies was poor. An initiative at UW Medicine changed that.
As COVID-19 restrictions start to lift in Washington state, the latest data reveals that many children still need to be vaccinated.
Two new surgeons will enhance capabilities at Seattle Children’s and UW Medical Center.
The aim is to discern whether biomakers can help predict which children are more at risk of persistent post-concussion symptoms.
Formerly conjoined twin Charity Gutierrez-Vazquez has given birth at UWMC, where she and her sister were born in 2000.
Ibrahim escaped the civil war in Somalia as a child, and went on to head the pediatrics clinic at Harborview Medical Center.