Families of school-age kids in Washington state are gaining ground, but still are slightly below an ideal level of immunization, according to family medicine physician Dr.
With the start of the school year approaching, adolescent medicine expert Dr. Yolanda Evans says this season of change is a key time for parents to be attuned to changes in their children’s mental health.
A post-COVID malaise has hit many youngsters going back to classes. Here are suggestions about how to respond.
As students return to classrooms, pediatrician Dr.
American children (to age 18) sustain as many as 3.8 million concussions every year, according to the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center (HIPRC).
As COVID-19 restrictions start to lift in Washington state, the latest data reveals that many children still need to be vaccinated.
With the delta variant driving up new COVID-19 cases around the country, two topics at the forefront are the return-to-school season and the outlook for booster shots.
The start of the school year is aligning with another surge in COVID-19 infections, and it’s bringing renewed uncertainty for families in back-to-school mode.
Age-appropriate immunizations have dropped sharply since the COVID-19 pandemic began 18 months ago.