Picky eating is a common concern for parents. Sometimes children will eat only one or two favorite foods. Your child may refuse a food because of its color, texture or smell -- or for no reason at all! It’s frustrating. This can be normal toddler behavior and persist into preschool and school-age years. Read more about Feeding Your Picky Eater
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Your blood tells your story. “When you look in the mirror, you're looking at the book cover. When you look at blood work, you're looking at the pages within,” said Karen Thomas, director of Laboratory Services at the Everett Clinic. Read more about In the news: Blood test reveals state of your health
Caregiving is both an individual and universal experience and approximately 85 percent of caregivers are assisting a family member. Read more about In the news: Caregivers need to learn to bend without breaking
The Herald interviewed Dr. Amy Cheng, dermatoloist at our Smokey Point Medical Center, about what happens at a skin check and how to protect yourself from skin cancer. Read the article, "What to Expect: Skin doctor checks closely for danger," which ran in the Saturday Health & Wellness section. Read more about In the news: Dr. Cheng on skin cancer checks
Dr. Swanson appears regularly on KING5 HealthLink News in a segment called Ask Dr. Swanson. Most recently she reported on drowning dangers — what parents need to know. Read more about In the news: Drowning dangers-tips to keep kids safe
With hot temperatures predicted, The Herald reported on ways to stay safe and keep cool. Read the article, "Summer heat comes on strong; health officials urge caution."
Everett Clinic pediatrician Dr. Aisha Reuler, who sees patients at Harbour Pointe Pediatrics, contributed: Read more about In the news: Stay cool in the summer heat
Everett Clinic providers in Family Medicine, Behavioral Health and Orthopedics made biographical videos in June. Meet your local healthcare providers. Read more about Meet Family Medicine providers: new videos
Menopause, mental health, asthma and altitude sickness: Learn more about these and other medical issues and frequently asked healtcare questions from your Everett Clinic providers in our latest educational videos. Read more about Asthma, menopause, mental health: See our new videos
In honor of Father’s Day and Men’s Health Month The Everett Clinic is giving away waterpark passes at Great Wolf Lodge. Congratulations to Maya of Marysville! The voucher is in the mail! Read more about Winner announced: Great Wolf waterpark giveaway
Everett Clinic pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson shares insight and interprets the latest findings and recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics on KING5 Evening News Mondays in a segment called Ask Dr. Swanson.
Recently, she answered parents' questions about summer safety and how to help kids transition from school to summer and back. She talked about suncreen use and preventing drowning as well as ways to keep kids active and eating healthy this summer. Read more about Summer health and safety tips for parents
By Dr. James W. Santoro, The Everett Clinic Vision Center
Regular eye examinations are an important part of health maintenance regardless of one’s age or physical health. An eye examination involves treating the patient for his or her medical and preventive needs, including recommending eyewear options for eye health maintenance. Read more about Clear Vision Begins With Healthy Eyes and Proper Eyewear
Learn more about help for hearing loss, sleep apnea and vertigo in our new educational videos. Also learn more about diabetes, heart failure, and colon cancer and a new treatment for neuropathy pain. Learn more about medical issues staright from your Everett Clinic providers. Read more about New videos on hearing loss, sleep apnea and vertigo
Meet providers in Oncology, Occupational Medicine, ENT, Orthopedics, Physical Therapy, Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine, Heart & Vascular, Pediatrics and Family Medicine in our newest “meet your provider’ videos. Read more about Meet your providers: new videos
Everett Clinic Mill Creek Clinic pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson contributed to an article at Momtastic Parenting, "What Is Cluster Feeding? | Causes & Why You Shouldn't Worry," with Dr. David L. Hill, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Read more about In the News: What is Cluster Feeding?
Now that the sun is getting closer to rising when you are, you might be ready to chase it. Without starting your runs off on the right foot, however, small errors could lead to big issues. Read more about Five Ways to Keep Spring in Your Step
Early detection is the key to breast cancer survivorship. A screening mammogram is a low-dose X-ray used to evaluate a woman’s breast health. It helps doctors see whether there are any abnormalities or changes in the breast tissue that may need treatment. With this in mind, we are offering 3D mammography screenings in addition to 2D screenings.
What is a 3D mammography screening?
It’s an X-ray that takes multiple images of your breast tissue. The images are then converted to a 3D image that allows the radiologist to see the tissue in greater detail. Read more about Seeing more in 3D