If you see baby August today, it would be hard to tell the difficult road he’s already been on in his young life. But just weeks before he was born, August had already been on quite the medical journey.
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.
Cuando Saida llevó a su hijo Joshua a Children’s Minnesota, pensó que solo tenía un fuerte caso de gripe. Sin embargo, nunca se imaginó que la situación se iba a convertir en algo que ningún padre desearía que ocurriera. Poco después de ingresar al hospital, Saida recibió la noticia de que su hijo de siete años iba a necesitar un nuevo corazón.
Pediatricians and other health experts are noticing a concerning trend in kids during the COVID-19 pandemic – an increase in diabetes. We talked with a pediatric endocrinologist at Children's Minnesota to help parents understand what new research from the CDC means for their family.
Honoring the contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
My child has COVID-19! Now what? Dr. Gigi Chawla, vice president and chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, answers this question and more.
We are here to help clear up the confusion around testing for you! Below we outline the differences between tests, when you should get tested and where you can get tested.
From the Children’s Minnesota Asian ERG – Nyob Zoo Xyoo Tshiab (Happy Hmong New Year!)
PJ Hill, vice president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Minneapolis, shares his family's Children's Minnesota story. In the height of a surge of respiratory illnesses, beds were full in the hospital so the Hill family stayed in the emergency department while their son, PJ Jr., was treated for several days as he fought off a respiratory illness.
The Medical Education Nurse Teaching Award recognizes a nurse on each campus for their work to enhance the education of Children’s Minnesota’s medical resident and medical student teams.
No parents expect to lose one of their children. But out of all the sadness, Kelly and John want to bring good in their daughter Nora’s name. “We were one of those families in the PICU. They are having to make some of the toughest decisions in their lives. This is our chance to let them know they are not alone.”