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.

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Cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia an option for kids with sleep trouble

Insomnia is broadly defined as difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep and/or subjective, poor-quality sleep.

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Children’s welcomes new neurologist

In recognition of Brain Injury Awareness Month and our focus on neurology, we’d like you to meet Douglas Hyder, MD, in this edition of Five Question Friday.

Red-Vested Rockstar: Ed Kraft

Meet Ed Kraft, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota volunteer.

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Prepare your child’s sleep for daylight saving time

Preparation is the key to minimize the impact of daylight saving time on your child’s sleep patterns.

“Children’s Pedcast”: Dr. Keith Cavanaugh on sleep health

Dr. Cavanaugh and Karen Johnson, APRN, of the Children's Sleep Center in St. Paul talk about healthy sleep habits for kids from newborns to teens.

Woman to honor late grandson at Twin Cities Marathon

This is the first in a series about Team Superstars runners who will participate in the marathon on behalf of Children’s inaugural charity running team.

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Meet a familiar face from Children’s

If you’ve visited Starz Café at Children’s – Minneapolis, there’s a good chance you’ve seen Latisa Tyus. She and her smile are Starz staples. Get to know Latisa in this edition of Five Question Friday.

Choosing Children’s: Stephanie Schoening

I feel like it is a privilege and a gift to help a family that needs it, and the best way to pay it forward.

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Mindfulness a technique to relieve stress

If we’re able to step back and observe our distress, we may notice that it changes, ebbs and flows.

Wisconsin boy overcomes tumor inside heart

Cole Eckes, 4, was diagnosed with cardiac fibroma when he was an infant.