Going through cancer treatment is difficult at any age. But because kids' bodies are rapidly growing and developing, they are more susceptible to long-term side effects that can hinder physical, cognitive and emotional development.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
Participate in the Give a $5 fundraising campaign in December donating to Children’s Minnesota and sharing a high five.
Best Buy has run its Geek Squad precincts at Children's – Minneapolis since 2009 and Children's – St. Paul since 2013.
Lucia has been a primary care patient at Children’s Minnesota ever since moving to Minneapolis from Guatemala at 9 months old.
Young Sam has been through a multitude of challenges and undergone more surgeries and procedures than most people do in their entire life.
Annie Waters, the director of annual giving in the foundation at Children's Minnesota, talks about fundraising, philanthropy and how to donate.
Tips and information for having a safe - and fun - Halloween with your kids.
Erin Curtis, RN, BSN, is the patient care manager for the surgery center in Minnetonka, where teams perform more than 3,200 outpatient surgeries each year.
Epinephrine injection manufacturer Sanofi US has voluntarily recalled all Auvi-Q (epinephrine injection, USP) products on the market, including 0.15 and 0.3 milligrams strength, because they potentially could deliver an inaccurate dosage.
Vito has spent most of his two years of life battling brain cancer at Children’s Minnesota while donning his signature superhero capes. Through difficult times, he teaches his family to always laugh and cherish the little things in life.