Read health tips from our experts as well as stories by patients, families and staff about kids’ health and their experiences at Children’s Minnesota.

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Caring for children after they leave the neonatal intensive care unit

Caring for babies doesn't end when they graduate from the NICU. Children's Minnesota offers a free follow-up program for at-risk babies.

Minneapolis campus hosts interfaith Ramadan dinner

Children’s Minnesota partnered with its internal Muslim employee resource group to host its second annual Ramadan dinner for more than 100 community members at our Minneapolis campus. The breaking of the fast – known as the iftar -- was a community building opportunity for staff, families, neighbors and local leaders from diverse backgrounds.

Join The Dude and Walk for Amazing!

Register for Walk for Amazing and hang out with The Dude while you support your favorite Children’s program.

Asher’s Dashers is on top of the Walk for Amazing fundraising leaderboard

Walk for Amazing team Asher’s Dashers is topping the leaderboard having raised more than 250 percent of their goal.

Dr. Joseph Lillegard discusses his work in genomics

We asked Dr. Joseph Lillegard, director of research and open fetal surgery, a few questions about his dedicated work in genomics.

Pediatric trauma training brings teams together

The Children's Minnesota Simulation team provides education and training to physicians and clinicians throughout the region.

Children’s Minnesota co-sponsors kid-powered wellness event: ForEverest

We are partnering with CycleHealth to put on a new spring event that offers you a chance to get a taste of what it’s like to climb Mt. Everest.

Don’t skip a beat, donate to Team Heart Throbs!

Join Team Heart Throbs in raising funds for Children’s cardiovascular program through the second annual Walk for Amazing.

Window Safety Recommendations

The three most common types of falls in the home that can cause injury to children can be easily avoided. Find safety recommendations here.

Chip and Joanna Gaines give to Children’s Minnesota through Team Superstars

The Gaines family donated to Children's Minnesota after hearing Brad and Barb Turgeon's story, two Team Superstars runners.