Black maternal care was the topic of a 2021 Children’s Minnesota podcast, Talking Pediatrics, where Dr. Lisa Saul, president of The Mother Baby clinical service line, discussed the stark maternal health disparities Black mothers experience and how we can approach maternal-fetal medicine with an equity lens to make sure that all women and all babies have the healthy outcomes they deserve.
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This year, Ramadan is celebrated from Friday, April 1, through Sunday, May 1, 2022. Find out how we’re celebrating Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr at Children’s Minnesota.
In honor of Ramadan, we are highlighting Children’s Minnesota kid experts who are also members of our Muslim Employee Resource Group (MERG) to learn more about their experiences and the significance of Ramadan. We’re excited to introduce you to Hamdi Sahal, senior administrative assistant for the clinical ethics department.
Noah Bachman is 15 years old and has been a member of our Youth Advisory Council (YAC) for four years. He shares what it’s like to have a medically complex sibling.
After suffering a traumatic brain injury during a car crash in 2018, Ben, 16, continues to recover and now wants to use his story to help others during Brain Injury Awareness Month in March.
On the two-year anniversary of COVID-19, we’re learning more about the impact of the pandemic on adolescent mental health, particularly eating disorders in kids and teens. There were more than four times the number of adolescents treated in the emergency department (ED) across the country for eating disorders in 2022 than in 2020, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that was released in February.
Jack, who is Minnesota Wild fanatic, got a major boost to his spirit when he got to skate on the ice as the Wild’s flag bearer the same night the team retired Mikko Koivu’s #9 jersey.
Grant and Brittany have been married for more than eight years. But at their 20-week ultrasound, their lives changed forever. Grant and Brittany were told that further testing may confirm a more severe and potentially fatal form of dwarfism.
After testing positive for Influenza B, Emmily worsened where she spent 10 weeks on ECMO, and 13 weeks in our PICU.