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Minneapolis girls see marathon as chance to help others

Members of the Team Superstars charity endurance team aren’t the only ones to use the Twin Cities Marathon as a chance to give back to the kids of Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. A pair of Minneapolis girls found a blister-free way to make an impact on race day.

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For all you did to Give a $5, we give thanks

You gave us high fives, and for that we give you applause. Your donations and support are humbling. Let’s keep up the momentum in 2016 using #givea5.

sledding safety

5 tips for safe sledding

Sledding is a great way to spend time outdoors and be active in the winter months, so it’s important to highlight the safest ways to enjoy this fun sport.

New Year's resolutions

10 fun, healthy New Year’s resolutions for kids

People everywhere make plans to write that new chapter tomorrow in the form of diet, exercise or habits. But what about New Year’s resolutions for kids?

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Children’s Pedcast: Understanding concussion and head trauma

Robert Doss, PsyD, a clinical neuropsychologist at Children's Minnesota, discusses concussions and traumatic brain injuries; kids in sports; the upcoming film "Concussion"; and how a parent can advocate for a child if a concussion is suspected.

Cops and Kids Santa Claus St. Paul Police Department

Santa Claus, St. Paul police deliver presents

The annual Cops & Kids event came to Children’s – St. Paul.

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New York Times essay by Dr. Stefan Friedrichsdorf: A Chance to Live for a Dying Child

Dr. Friedrichsdorf’s essay tells the story of Ethan Butler and his family.

5 question friday

Evidence-based practice scholars

We have a special edition of Five Question Friday, highlighting five members who have participated in our evidence-based practice scholars program.

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Promoting healthy development in kids during and after cancer treatment

Going through cancer treatment is difficult at any age. But because kids' bodies are rapidly growing and developing, they are more susceptible to long-term side effects that can hinder physical, cognitive and emotional development.