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COVID-19 and pregnancy: What expecting moms need to know

How does COVID-19 (coronavirus) affect pregnant women and their unborn babies? Our experts answer your questions about coronavirus, pregnancy and your baby.

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Preventing magnets as a choking hazard in your home

Dex Tuttle, injury prevention program manager at Children’s Minnesota, provides tips for how parents can try and prevent their child from swallowing magnets in their home.

Top 10 reasons to call child life

Here's the top 10 reasons you should call child life if you and your child are at Children's Minnesota.

Work Here Wednesday: Pharmacy technicians

Children’s Minnesota is looking to fill three pharmacy technician roles in the pharmacy at our Minneapolis hospital. Want to become part of something amazing? Apply today.

Children’s Minnesota employees among ‘50 patient safety experts to know’

Congratulations to Wendy Berg, BSN, RN, infection preventionist and Bobbie Carroll, vice president of quality, for being among Becker's Hospital Review's '50 patient safety experts to know’ list.

Five things parents should look for when choosing a primary care provider

Many factors go into choosing a primary care provider, and Children's Minnesota is here to help you through the process. Here are five things parents should look for.

What can I do to prevent coronavirus?

While the news about COVID-19 (coronavirus) may seem scary, there are some simple steps that you can take to prevent your family from getting or spreading the illness.

Work Here Wednesday: Hiring cooks in Minneapolis

Learn more about Children's Minnesota nutrition services employees Michael Ryan, executive chef, and Sam Scharber, cook in Minneapolis.

New COVID-19 visiting standards at Children’s Minnesota

Effective Tuesday, March 10, 2020, we are implementing the following COVID-19 enhanced visiting standards for the safety of your family and others in our care.

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.