As a general rule, bulky clothing, including winter coats and snowsuits, should not be worn underneath the harness of the car seat. Learn more about winter car seat guidelines here.
Children's Minnesota is seeking to fill clinical support associate positions and in a variety of departments at our hospitals. Interested? Apply today.
Dr. Lia Gravari, a neonatologist at Children’s Minnesota, provided her expert insights about neonatal pneumonia, one of the leading causes of neonatal respiratory distress in a question-and-answer style article in Infectious Disease Advisor.
In June, Children’s Minnesota began participating in a food composting program called Food to Hog. Though this program is still very new to Children’s, it has already diverted 27 tons of waste from landfills!
Canadian Pacific Railway donates $10,000 to Children’s Minnesota heart failure heart transplant program
Children’s Minnesota cares for more pediatric heart patients than any other program in the state. That's why Canadian Pacific (CP) and the organization's community investment program, CP Has Heart, donated $10,000 to Children's heart failure heart transplant program.
Head lice are very common in school-age children, but it is possible to prevent the spread of lice. Learn about the misconceptions of lice, what lice are, what to look for and how to treat lice.
Children’s Minnesota is looking for a casual radiologic technologist. Learn more about the position and apply today.
The Minnesota Wild chose Liam to be a part of their Hockey Fights Cancer campaign. Through this, Liam had the chance to spend the day with the Wild players and even be in a video shoot as a Hockey Fights Cancer All Star.
All parents want to help kids who are being bullied, but may not know how. Dr. Neeti Kambale from Children’s Minnesota Hugo Clinic shares how to identify signs that a child may be experiencing bullying and how parents can help.
Children’s Minnesota and community partners kicked off a series of Community Bridging Walks in Minneapolis to build a culture of consciousness and awareness of the diverse residents who live and work in the Phillips neighborhood.