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Star Tribune: At Children’s, American Indian babies get gift of moccasins

Through the First Gift program, Children’s Minnesota is working together with the American Indian community to honor their traditions, including presenting moccasins to babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Special Care Nursery.

Dr. Brooke Moore, Children’s Minnesota doctors named “Rising Stars” by Mpls. St. Paul Magazine

Dr. Brooke Moore and other Children's Minnesota doctors were named to Mpls. St. Paul Magazine's "Top Doctors - Rising Stars" list.

Children’s Minnesota uses telemedicine for child abuse detection

The Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center at Children’s Minnesota is using telemedicine to help identify victims of child abuse and neglect.

Dr. Friedrichsdorf highlights the benefits of integrative medicine

Dr. Stefan Friedrichsdorf sits down with KARE-TV to discuss the benefits of integrative medicine in managing children’s pain.

Dr. Nelson provides advice on overcoming physician bias

Dr. Stephen Nelson talks about identifying physician bias to avoid stereotypical assumptions and provide better care for patients.

New Midwest Fetal Care Center opens in Minneapolis

KARE-TV visited the new Michael and Ann Ciresi Midwest Fetal Care Center, located at The Mother Baby Center, the first and largest advanced fetal care center in the Upper Midwest.

Dr. Lillegard joins the Midwest Fetal Care Center

Children’s Minnesota announces the hiring of Dr. Joseph Lillegard as research director and pediatric surgeon at the Midwest Fetal Care Center.

Patsy Stinchfield provides expertise on influenza outbreak

Patsy Stinchfield, director of infection prevention and control at Children’s Minnesota, discusses this year’s flu season with WCCO-TV.

Broadening the productivity spectrum with middleware

Kerstin Halverson describes her work as a point-of-care coordinator at Children’s Minnesota and discusses the importance of middleware in managing clinical operations.

Do Your Kids Know How To React To A Smoke Alarm?

Dr. Keith Cavanaugh with Children’s Minnesota Sleep Center explained why children may be less likely to respond to smoke alarms than adults.