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Children’s Minnesota patient Obadiah Gamble goes viral (again)

Children’s Minnesota patient Obadiah Gamble attended a Minnesota Wild hockey game and excitedly celebrated a goal on camera, catching the attention of viewers.

Children’s Minnesota uses Fitbits to monitor diabetic patient activity levels

Fitbits can help monitor patients with type 1 diabetes at Children's Minnesota.

Amazon employees delivers toys to Children’s Minnesota

A major Amazon gift makes the holidays brighter for patients at Children's Minnesota.

Minnesota Wild hockey player performs a mini concert at Children’s Minnesota

Minnesota Wild center Zac Dalpe visited the Child Life Zone in St. Paul.

Angela Kade Goepferd, MD FAAP, shares tips on when to see a specialist

Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd shared advice on when parents should seek a pediatrician’s opinion on common ailments.

Dr. Friedrichsdorf’s tips on how to eliminate pain caused by needles

Dr. Stefan Friedrichsdorf shared insights on the pain program’s successes and practices offered throughout Children's Minnesota.

Dog brings stress relief to patients at Children’s Minnesota

A comfort dog named Sarah patrols the halls of Children’s Minnesota with her owner Dave.

Children’s Minnesota hosts Ethics, Law and Futility Symposium

On Friday, Nov. 18, Children’s Minnesota hosted the Ethics, Law and Futility Symposium for nurses, physicians, social workers, lawyers, patient advocates, and others interested in medical futility.

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The dangers of electronic cigarettes for kids and teens

Nearly 1 in 4 teens currently use battery-powered smoking devices. Dr. Angela Goepferd shares more information about these harmful products.

Children’s Minnesota and Minnesota Wild Foundations band together for Hockey Fights Cancer event

The Children’s Minnesota Foundation and Minnesota Wild Foundation raised awareness and money for cancer research.