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Everett Clinic pediatrician, Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson contributed to CBS News', "U.S. Soccer Federation bans headers for young kids." Read more about In the news: U.S. Soccer Federation bans headers for young kids
Activities such as basketball, cheerleading, lacrosse, track and softball can cause common foot and heel pain in children. It is important that your kids never “play through the pain” in their feet. Read more about In the news: Active kids often suffer from foot pain
Everett Clinic pediatrician, Dr. Sara Bergman Lewis contributed to the Herald's, "An apple a day: Which home remedies really work?" Part of the Saturday Health & Wellness feature. Read more about In the news: An apple a day: Which home remedies really work?
Everett Clinic Director of Behavioral Health, Dr. Paul Schoenfeld contributed to the Herald's Good Life story, "Need to destress? Coloring books for adults are all the rage." Read more about In the news: Need to destress? Coloring books for adults are all the rage
November and December are hectic—the holidays are right around the corner! Don’t forget to make time to get your end of the year medical appointments in before your annual insurance deductible and FSA balance reset. Read more about Use it, Don't Lose it!
Tuesday, October 27th, all Clinic offices, Walk-In Clinics and flu shot clinics will close at 4 pm for an all-provider meeting. If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please call 911. The Clinic will resume normal hours on Wednesday, October 28th. We apologize for any inconvenience. Read more about All Clinic Early Closure October 27
Everett Clinic pediatrician, Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, discusses the implications of anxiety when breast cancer runs in the family. Read more about In the news: Are the kids all right? When breast cancer runs in the family
If your child is showing signs of readiness, they may be ready to be potty trained.Talk to an Everett Clinic pediatrician in Everett, Mukilteo, Lake Stevens, Marysville, Mill Creek, Silver Lake, Smokey Point, Snohomish and Stanwood. Read more about Toilet Training Your Child
Urinary incontinence is defined as the loss of bladder control and is a common and often embarrassing problem. Urinary incontinence isn’t a disease, rather a symptom that can be caused by everyday habits, underlying medical conditions or physical problems. Visit an Everett Clinic Urologist. Read more about Urinary Incontinence: Loss of Bladder Control
The Herald reports on the flu season in Washington State. Recommendations to stay healthy include: Get the flu vaccine to prevent illness or lessen symptoms, wash hands often, cover coughs, sneezes, and if you're sick, stay home. Read more about In the news: Got your flu shot? Docs say don't wait
CBS News reports that a many children mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders and other mental health issues only see a pediatrician. Everett Clinic pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson discusses more. Read more about In the news: 1 in 3 children with mental health needs only see a pediatrician
Everett Clinic Director of Flu Services, Dr. Yuan-Po Tu discusses what to expect when you get a flu shot at an Everett Clinic Flu Shot Clinic. Read more about In the news: What to expect when you get a flu shot
The Herald Business Journal wrote about The Everett Clinic opening a new pain center that will help people manage pain without overuse of opioids. Read more about In the news: Everett Clinic aims to better treat pain
Everett Clinic Internist, Dr. Emily Savage and Executive Medical Director for Transformation, Dr. Erica Peavy discuss the Clinic's Personalized Care Team that opened in May. Read more about In the news: Catering health care to individuals