Looking at Parsa Najmaie today, you would have no idea that she spent much of her early toddlerhood at Children’s Minnesota receiving treatment for cancer. Read Parsa's life-long healing journey.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s Minnesota, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
When it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine, you might have a lot of questions—especially if you are pregnant or may become pregnant soon.
We talked with Dr. Bradford Chu, pediatric and fetal cardiologist at Children’s Minnesota and the Children’s Heart Clinic, about how COVID-19 may affect kids with heart disease and how parents can help.
The trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd is a topic of conversation in many homes. Many parents are wondering: what impact could this have on kids and their mental and emotional health? During the time of the trial, this could be re-traumatizing for some children, especially black, indigenous and children of color.
Parents know good sleep is essential for healthy growth and functioning. Parents also know that good sleep can be hard to come by. Sleep Awareness Week happens every year and is recognized March 14-20 in 2021!
On Work Here Wednesday, Children’s Minnesota is so excited to share that we’re hiring an ambulatory care coordination manager.
Walk for Amazing raises much-needed funds and awareness for Children’s Minnesota. This year is no different. Here's how you can get started raising funds for the most amazing people on earth—kids!
Children’s Minnesota is making changes to improve access within the Pediatric Pain, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine Program. Thanks to recent operational changes, the program can now see more patients and treat a wider variety of conditions. Kids can also get in for appointments faster and experience shorter, more efficient visits.
Hear from James Burroughs, vice president, chief equity and inclusion officer at Children’s Minnesota, about his COVID-19 experience, and his thoughts on the vaccine.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to announce it has received certification from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for its Heart Failure and Heart Transplant (HFHT) program. This dedicated pediatric heart transplant program at Children’s Minnesota is among the most comprehensive pediatric cardiology services in the region.