Before you reach for lemonade on a hot summer day, or a sports drink after a morning run, consider how much sugar you’re most likely consuming.
Read health tips from our experts as well as stories by patients, families and staff about kids’ health and their experiences at Children’s Minnesota.
Dr. Gigi Chawla discusses potentially challenging conversations parents can have with their teenage children.
Why he rocks: “Our daughter spent 48 hrs in the NICU for precautionary reasons after her birth. Although our stay in the NICU was short, seeing those families made me think how difficult it must be to be there for a long period. So that, along with seeing athletes interact with the children over the years in hospitals peaked my interest further to look into volunteering. I coached youth hockey for 5 years up until we had our daughter, so this is a great opportunity to continue interacting with kids. My wife always says I act like a kid, so it's always been a great fit interacting with kids!”
Children are at risk of a number of forms of maltreatment — physical and verbal abuse, neglect, drug endangerment and exploitation — and about 1 in 10 children is sexually abused before the age of 18.
Thinking about running a marathon? What about running a marathon for a cause? Here are 10 reasons you should consider running the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon on Oct. 9 on behalf of Team Superstars!
Effective May 2, Children’s Minnesota will eliminate sugar-sweetened beverages in our facilities.
Get the facts on diabetes, including symptoms, diagnosis, prevention, complications and more. Check out more from our diabetes experts.
Dr. Gandrud of the McNeely Pediatric Diabetes Center talks about the similarities and differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes; the Diabetes Care Transformation Project; and the 25th annual Children's Star Gala.
Follow the sleep ABCs to provide the safest-possible environment for an infant.