UW’s Carson Fuller hopes to continue juggling track and field, medicine

[fa icon='calendar'] May 25, 2017 / by Seattle Times

Athletics and medicine always have been reciprocal endeavors for the javelin thrower, who will spend the next few weeks finalizing his med school primary application. 

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Recognizing an Eating Disorder

[fa icon='calendar'] May 21, 2017 / by Q13 Fox

Dr. Elizabeth Meade speaks with Q13 news on how to recognize eating disorders. 

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Swedish Hospital's pediatric therapy center combines therapies

[fa icon='calendar'] May 15, 2017 / by King 5

Swedish Hospital's pediatric therapy program brings all disciplines into one center, helping kids with long-term disabilities get the care they need.

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The 159 physicians keeping MLB's athletes on the field

[fa icon='calendar'] May 10, 2017 / by Becker's Orthopedic Review

With the 2017 baseball season underway, these are the 159 physicians tasked with keeping the game's star players on the field.

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Emerging Treatment Could be a Weight Loss Surgery Alternative

[fa icon='calendar'] May 9, 2017 / by WebMD Health News

A nonsurgical weight loss treatment for obesity could offer an alternative to surgery.

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New study says pets can boost immunity for unborn babies

[fa icon='calendar'] May 8, 2017 / by King 5

The presence of pets can boost the immunity of children even while they are still in the womb and can help them fight asthma, allergies, and obesity, a new study finds.

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Recognizing the signs of stroke with Dr. Nirav Shah

[fa icon='calendar'] May 7, 2017 / by Q13 Fox


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Eric's heroes: The 'angels' who care for the smallest, most fragile babies

[fa icon='calendar'] April 25, 2017 / by Komo News

A new father, Erik, sits in the shadows, 10 feet away from a clear plastic capsule, watching quietly and helplessly as three women reach inside and work on a tiny baby girl, named Saoirse, pronounced say-er-sha. It's Gaelic for "freedom".

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Volunteer 'baby cuddlers' at Seattle hospital: Cradling, cooing all in day's work

[fa icon='calendar'] April 12, 2017 / by Q13 Fox

SEATTLE — Some call it a labor of love. Others might call it the best volunteer job in the world. Spending hours cradling newborn babies.

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Swedish keeping the promise to care for all

[fa icon='calendar'] March 27, 2017 / by King 5

Many people may delay getting needed care because they can’t afford it. Our financial advocates are working to change that. Last year, Swedish spent $21.6 million in free and discounted care. Watch a recent story from KING 5 about the difference our financial assistance program is making in people’s lives.


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