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August 13, 2020, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Anu Kalaskar, MD
On Tuesday, August 4, 2020, Children’s Minnesota President and CEO, Dr. Marc Gorelick, joined a virtual panel with Second Harvest Heartland and United States of Care to discuss how hunger and health are more connected than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Abbey Menth, registered nurse clinic supervisor and COVID-19 test administrator, shares ways Children’s Minnesota and parents can make COVID-19 tests easier for kids.
Local business Henna & Hijabs created Children’s Minnesota-branded hijabs, which were then offered to employees during Muslim holiday celebrations.
School will look much different this fall as Minnesota continues to make careful choices to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.
Children’s Minnesota remains a safe place for kids to get the care they need—from routine well-child check-ups to emergency care to surgeries.
For those who vape or smoke, the risks for complications if you get COVID-19 might be even greater. Dr. Anne Griffiths, a pediatric pulmonologist at Children’s Minnesota, explains the possible connection between vaping and COVID-19 complications.
We talked with Dr. Sarah Jerstad, associate clinical director of psychological services at Children’s Minnesota St. Paul hospital, about the stress teens of color are feeling right now due to COVID-19 and racial injustice, and about how parents can help.
Masking has become an essential part of our days when we go outside our homes. Julie Christiansen, physical therapy assistant at Children's Minnesota, provides you with some tips to reduce your breathing strain while wearing a mask.