It’s important for families to work together to be as healthy as they can be so kids can grow up strong and make good health decisions in the future. Dr. Natalie Rigelman-Hedberg, a pediatrician at Metropolitan Pediatric Specialists, shares five tips to help your family get in good eating habits.
The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s Minnesota, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.
The COVID-19 outbreak has been a challenging time for the nation and the rest of the world. Fears surrounding COVID-19 have led to racist thoughts and attacks on Asian-Americans. Here are tips for parents to help Asian-American youth.
The Children’s Minnesota Nurses of Color (NOC) employee resource group (ERG) organized a donation drive in which 400+ diapers, 70+ packs of baby wipes, 80 rolls of toilet paper and more were donated to help the local community.
Jordan and Jaare noticed their 5-week-old baby had labored breathing and later found out he had RSV at Children's Minnesota. They dedicate much of their lives to giving back to Children's Minnesota because of their amazing experience.
Miles Jarzyna, telehealth implementation specialist, shares more about his work and how virtual care has changed at Children's Minnesota since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
On Tuesday, August 4, 2020, Children’s Minnesota President and CEO, Dr. Marc Gorelick, joined a virtual panel with Second Harvest Heartland and United States of Care to discuss how hunger and health are more connected than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Children’s Minnesota recognizes individuals and teams of employees who have been nominated by their colleagues for living the Children’s Minnesota values.
Abbey Menth, registered nurse clinic supervisor and COVID-19 test administrator, shares ways Children’s Minnesota and parents can make COVID-19 tests easier for kids.
At Children’s Minnesota, we integrate behavioral health professionals into our primary care setting so we ensure children get the care they need when they need it most.
Local business Henna & Hijabs created Children’s Minnesota-branded hijabs, which were then offered to employees during Muslim holiday celebrations.