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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Red-Vested Rockstar: Andrew Fenton

Wanting to work in the medical field and possibly specializing in pediatrics, there was no better place for Andrew to volunteer than at Children's.

“Children’s Pedcast”: Nicole Skaro and Dr. Anne Bendel on parents’ roles on care team

Valiant Vito's mom and oncologist discuss the importance of a strong care team that includes patient families.

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Children’s patient has brain tumor removed, wakes up a new person

Elizabeth Johnson Camozzi writes about the surgery that saved her life.

Baby George thrives after stroke at birth

Almost one year ago, April Young gave birth to George at The Mother Baby Center. He arrived healthy and on time. Hours later, what was a fairytale birth quickly faded. Read his story.

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Sleep tips from Children’s Sleep Center

We specialize in identifying and treating the full gamut of sleep challenges.

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Meet Children’s new quality and patient safety manager

In recognition of National Patient Safety Awareness Week, we’d like to introduce Diane Nalezny in this edition of Five Question Friday.

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 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.