Children’s Minnesota psychologists share tips for how to prepare for the conversation about suicide, have the conversation and to be prepared with outside resources.
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.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke with Wendy Zúñiga, pharmacy coordinator and co-chair of the Voces employee resource group (ERG) at Children’s Minnesota, to learn more about her role, involvement with Voces and what Hispanic Heritage Month means to her.
Just one day after Carter entered the world, his care team performed what would be the first of 13 surgeries during the first 13 months of his young life. One operation was the first of its kind in the state of Minnesota.
Some of our kid experts for the cancer and blood disorders program have joined Team Superstars and will be raising funds for the Cancer Kids Fund while running the Medtronic Twin Cities 10 Mile race on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023.
From the outside, Matty looks like your typical 14-year-old who loves sports, especially hockey. But all his activities had to come to an abrupt stop when he was first diagnosed with ITP, a platelet disorder that can make bleeding from a cut or injury hard to stop.
Philip Girdy, security officer, is sharing all his favorite things about working at Children's Minnesota.
The Franklin family of five lives on a small lake in Chanhassen, Minnesota where they love to play outside on the lake swimming and boating. But, their lives changed when the baby of the family, Levi, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at just 21 months old.
For 10-year-old Riley and his family, the summer was not the break they were hoping for. In early June, Kacy and Cody got the news that their son had a rare form of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. They were understandably sad and hoping it was all a bad dream. But from the beginning, the family decided they were going to face cancer head on and focus on staying positive.
September is Hydrocephalus Awareness Month. Noa’s story is inspirational and shares how Children's Minnesota has helped her family navigate their care journey.
Naziere “Naz” Evans has been in and out of the hospital more times than he can remember. Each time he was admitted, it was for the same thing – severe pain and anemia requiring transfusion caused by sickle cell disease; a condition that 20-year-old Naz was born with. But he's not letting the disease stop him from pursuing his goals in life.