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Annual cancer research fundraiser with Minnesota Wild a success

Minnesota Wild hockey players served dinner and mingled with guests at the annual Wild About Children fundraiser, which raises money for cancer research.

Cities 97 Sampler supports Children’s Minnesota

Children’s Minnesota is partnering with Cities 97 (97.1 FM) to release the Cities 97 Sampler CD, Volume 28. One dollar from every Sampler sold will go directly to Children’s Minnesota.

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New recommendations on infant safe sleep from the American Academy of Pediatrics

Sleep is especially critical for infants, as well as their parents. It’s not only a time for rest; it’s also crucial for a baby’s mood, growth and learning.

Millennials are continuing to visit pediatricians into young adulthood

More millennials are continuing to visit their pediatricians as they venture into young adulthood.

New research presents parents with social media best practices

Research presented at the 2016 AAP National Conference cautioned parents on over-sharing about their kids on social media.

Little scientific evidence proves connection between sugar and hyperactivity in children

Hannah Kull, nurse practitioner at Children's Minnesota, joined WCCO-TV’s “Good Question” segment to discuss the effects sugar has on kids.

Star Tribune: New screen time guidelines released for young children

Children's Minnesota's Dr. Gigi Chawla weighed in on the new American Academy of Pediatrics screen time guidelines.

Children’s Minnesota Best Doctors recognized by Minnesota Monthly Magazine

Children’s Minnesota is proud to congratulate our 99 physicians who were recognized as 2016 Best Doctors by Minnesota Monthly magazine.

New CAR T-Cell therapy increasing leukemia patient survival rates

Children’s Minnesota is using a new medical therapy known as CAR T-cell therapy that could help kids with acute lymphoblastic leukemia have a better chance of survival.

Relationships and interaction with caregivers critical to positive development in children

Dr. Mike Troy sat down with KARE-TV to discuss why the 0-3 age range is so important for lifelong growth and development.