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Monkeypox: what parents should know

By now you’ve probably heard of monkeypox in the news, on your social media channels or in conversation. But many people are wondering, what is it and should I be concerned for my kids?

Oliver’s strength as he battles congenital heart defect

In March 2020, Ally and Roger were getting ready for the birth of their first child. The couple’s excitement about welcoming their baby turned into worry when baby Oliver was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect.

The 2022 AAP National Conference

Children’s Minnesota was at the 2022 AAP National Conference in October 2022. We were not only excited to have speakers at the conference, but also to have a booth in the exhibit hall, staffed with a recruiter and our kid experts throughout the weekend. We were at booth #1759 where we talked with professionals about how Children’s Minnesota can help nurture healthy, happy, amazing kids.

Health equity manager shares more about her 26-year career at Children’s Minnesota

Adriene Thornton, health equity manager, has been working at Children’s Minnesota helping kids for 26 years now. She is sharing all her favorite things about her career below.

Ellie’s story: from cleft palate to beautiful smile and terrific outlook on life

“Ellie’s story is very happy with a terrific outcome and her entire medical team is incredibly proud,” said Dr. Robert Tibesar, medical director of the cleft and craniofacial clinic at Children’s Minnesota.

Children’s Minnesota will be hiring at the APA Convention

The kid experts from Children’s Minnesota will be attending the 2022 American Psychological Association (APA) Convention and we are looking to meet and interview psychology professionals to join our team!

PICU clinical nurse shares his 10-year career experience at Children’s Minnesota

Austin Rondou, clinical nurse in our pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), has been working at Children’s Minnesota helping kids for 10 years total now. He has been a nurse in the PICU for 4.5 years. Austin’s sharing all his favorite things about his career below.

Our research department is hiring – join our team!

Children’s Minnesota is seeking qualified candidates to join our research department! View our open positions.

THC edibles in Minnesota: how parents can prevent accidental poisoning

While the products are intended only for adults, THC edibles often look like typical sweets and snacks that can be tempting to kids. Studies have found that THC poisoning in kids has been on the rise in recent years. The Kid Experts at Children's Minnesota offer steps families can take to keep THC away from kids.

Ultrasound tech shares her Children’s Minnesota career experience

Jenny Miller, ultrasound technologist, has been working at Children’s Minnesota helping kids for six years now. She’s sharing all her favorite things about her career.