Throughout the last several months, seeing violence in the media has become more common. From police brutality to the storming of the Capitol, violence has been in the news a lot lately. We’re here to give you tips for talking to your kids and teens about the violence they’ve seen in the media.
With winter breaks approaching, we understand that kids may have a tough time adjusting. We're sharing tips to keep kids active all winter long, which is good for their minds and bodies.
Children’s Minnesota is sharing tips to help parents cope with changes and raising children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Jason Walker, child psychologist at Children's Minnesota, shares more about mental health disparities for African American youth and what parents can do to help.
Dr. Sara Gonzalez, pediatric psychologist at Children’s Minnesota, shares tips for parents to help kids and teens who are struggling with body image.
School will look much different this fall as Minnesota continues to make careful choices to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.
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.
Wearing a mask is an essential part of our day. Julie Christiansen, physical therapy assistant at Children's Minnesota, provides you with some tips for mask-wearing.
The Twin Cities metro area has many resources to help kids and their families access nutritious meals this summer.
To help you and your family deal with negative feelings, Bethaney Kaye, APRN CNP DNP, and Kavita Desai Dakoji, LP, PhD, from Children’s Minnesota pain, palliative and integrative medicine program have shared some coping tips.