Kids' Health
Halloween trick-or-treating safety tips

Halloween trick-or-treating safety tips

Ghosts and goblins and zombies, oh my! We know Halloween is supposed to be spooky, but trick-or-treating doesn’t have to be. Keep your kids and others safe with these tips.

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On Election Day, stand up for kids

On Election Day, stand up for kids

Why does a children’s hospital care about elections? There are many decisions made at the state and federal levels that directly and indirectly impact our patients, organization and children in general.

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Helping kids make sense of Ebola

Helping kids make sense of Ebola

Your young child has seen or heard news coverage about Ebola, which has led to questions or noticeable worries from your little one. What do you do?

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Spotlight shines on Midwest Fetal Care Center

Spotlight shines on Midwest Fetal Care Center

Go on journeys with four remarkable families who have faced and overcome adversity under rare circumstances.

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Bullied kids, bullies need our help

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and this year’s campaign has focused on one basic principle: “The end of bullying begins with me.”

After summer off, Gavin faces next challenge with a smile

Gavin Pierson, 8, of Ramsey, Minn., underwent a third Visualase laser treatment for his brain tumor Oct. 23.