Toe walking can seem cute, at first. But if it persists after a child is about 20 months old, it can be a problem.
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.
There used to be a way to tell how sick a patient was by the size of their paper chart. Now that records are electronic, it is not that obvious.
Children's medical director of pediatric neurology talks about the origin, symptoms and treatment of headaches.
Editor's note: This post originally was published May 18, 2010. Dr. Tim Culbert is the former medical director of Integrative Medicine at Children's Minnesota.
One mother shares her experience with Kangaroo Care, a technique where an infant is held skin to skin with mom or dad.
Stacey Schumann, whose son, Sam, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, shares how the care team at Children's has helped her family.
At Children’s McNeely Pediatric Diabetes Center, we have the privilege of helping kids and their families learn how to manage their diabetes so they can live happy, healthy lives.
GoNoodle offers "brain breaks" as part of class curriculum. Children's Minnesota sponsors it in 336 Twin Cities-area elementary schools.
The Minneapolis mother of two provides a parent's perspective of raising a child with severe food allergies.
Allergies and asthma are the most common chronic diseases among children in the U.S.