Margaret had her first open heart surgery at just five months old. Now two years old she continues to fight and become a healthy and happy toddler.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
February is American Heart Month! This month, we are celebrating some of our amazing cardiovascular (CV) patients and families who have a special place in our hearts.
On one of the coldest nights in Minnesota’s history, more than 100 people gathered at The Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) UBS Forum to watch the new documentary No Small Matter, a documentary about the importance of early childhood education.
Asthma is the most common medical condition among children who are hospitalized with the flu. Keep your child healthy this flu season.
Operating on a 2,300 pound rhino isn’t part of Dr. Siva Chinnadurai’s typical day as a pediatric ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeon at Children’s Minnesota.
It can be hard to feel like a kid when you’re in the hospital. That’s where Star Studio comes in.
When a mysterious bug bite brought Johnny into Children's Minnesota, a team of physicians and child life specialists became a bright spot in his story.
Investing in our children is the single best thing we can do to ensure a brighter and more successful future – for them, for our state and for our country.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated its guidelines on spanking and other forms of corporal punishment.
Since her surgery in May 2018, 10-year-old Nicole has gone from having seizures uncontrolled by medication to being seizure-free.