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How to make face masks more comfortable for kids

Laura Sufka, child life specialist at Children’s Minnesota, shares tips to help kids become comfortable with face masks.

Drive-up care available at Children’s Minnesota

Children’s Minnesota’s clinics are safe, but we want to provide families with options that work for their lifestyles. This is why we implemented drive-up care.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children associated with COVID-19

Children's Minnesota experts explain what parents need to know about the possible relationship between COVID-19 and Kawasaki-like symptoms.

Children’s Minnesota celebrates Ramadan during COVID-19

Here's how Children's Minnesota is honoring and celebrating Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr.

How to help your kids keep reading during stay-at-home order and distance learning

Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics and medical director of Reach out and Read Minnesota, shares tips for reading with kids of any age.

What new and expecting mothers need to know about breastmilk and coronavirus

It’s normal to be concerned about your baby getting coronavirus or giving this illness to your baby. We’re answering the questions you have about breastfeeding and COVID-19.

Kisses for Kenzie – one family’s dedication to Virtual Walk for Amazing

Team Kisses for Kenzie is joining Virtual Walk for Amazing. Read their story here.

How to talk to kids about reimagined milestones during COVID-19

Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, shares about the emotional impact of the continuation of COVID-19 and how you can help your child cope.

Ingesting disinfectants will not cure or prevent COVID-19

Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, cautions that ingesting or injecting disinfectants is dangerous, toxic and potentially life-threatening.

COVID-19 and preexisting conditions: What you need to know

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.