Children’s Minnesota is sharing what you need to know about caring for kids with preexisting conditions as we navigate the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic together.
Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, talked with WCCO about how families can deal with spring allergies during COVID-19.
This winter, keep your child healthy and safe from asthma flare-ups by knowing more about what triggers their asthma.
With the long winter behind us and Minnesota’s summer beginning to shine, families tend to spend more time outdoors. For kids with asthma, that often means battling allergies.
While there is no cure for asthma, there are ways to learn to manage it. Here are six tips from our expert.
Children’s is using the $500,000 from Kohl’s Cares to provide resources to Minneapolis and St. Paul public schools to help kids struggling with asthma.
Children’s Minnesota supports asthma management in schools through its $500,000 grant from Kohl’s Cares
Children’s Minnesota is using a $500,000, two-year grant from Kohl’s Cares to provide resources to Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Schools and the KIPP charter school.
Asthma is the most common medical condition among children who are hospitalized with the flu. Keep your child healthy this flu season.
Follow these tips to help ensure your child feels good, can get out and play and not miss school while managing their asthma symptoms.
As a school health professional, you know the children in your school who are challenged by asthma and are often on the front line of helping them manage their condition. When pediatric asthma is in-check, kids can spend more time in class actively learning and participating. When it’s not, asthma can be a significant disruption to their education. In fact, asthma is the leading cause of missed school days among children ages 5-17.