Gun violence is a public health issue. Similar to other public health issues, we can’t tackle them with one single answer.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
Join Children's Minnesota and The Current for Rock the Cradle - a free event for kids and their grownups to explore music, art and culture this Sunday, February 11 at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and Children’s Theatre Company.
Influenza, or “the flu,” is a highly contagious respiratory viral infection that can leave people of all ages feeling miserable. The most common symptoms include: a high fever, runny nose, sore throat, muscle pains, headache, coughing, and feeling tired.
At Children’s Minnesota, it is our vision to be every family’s partner in raising healthier children. That means advocating for policies, education and awareness that will create healthier, more secure and happy lives for all kids.
Football fans, inspired by the grit and generosity of NFL punter Thomas Morstead, donated more than $200,000 in less than a week, all for the Child Life program at Children’s Minnesota.
The beginning of a New Year provides us with an opportunity for a fresh start and the chance to try new ways we can improve our health and well-being.
Sam and Ava were born just a few minutes shy of sharing a birthday with their dad. But their special story began while they were still in the womb.
The holiday season is a perfect time to teach children about the importance of giving back to those in need. Even if you personally don’t have much to give, there are many opportunities to make a difference in the lives of others.
Children’s Minnesota is urging our U.S. senators and representatives to protect children and extend CHIP funding immediately. Children’s health shouldn’t be a partisan issue.
Infections are often painful and can get in the way of your child’s well-being and everyday activities. You may be surprised to learn that many common infections do not necessarily require antibiotics.