In honor of Interpreter Services week at Children’s, we have a special edition of Five Question Friday, featuring one question from five different interpreters!
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.
Andrew Schmidt was the first person in Minnesota to be diagnosed with Pallister-Killian syndrome, an extremely rare genetic disorder that causes cognitive delays.
Children's patient Kristina Heinlein, of Detroit Lakes, gives advice to kids facing surgery.
John loves to play hockey, and he wants play professionally when he grows up.
Learn Fatumata's story, the state of HIV and what Children's is doing in the fight against HIV.
When 3-year-old Sam grows up, he wants to build parks because he loves playing in parks.
Charlie Hopper has organized a benefit concert at the Fine Line Music Café on Dec. 12.
The Marincel family of Rice Lake, Wis., wrote about their experience during their daughter and sister's stay at Children's.
Kathryn Marxen, a patient in the neonatal intensive care unit in 1989, is an occupational therapy intern at Children's.
Julia likes practically everything about Children’s, so she’s raising $1,000 annually for the next five years to help other kids.