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Mom grateful for Children’s care before, after daughter’s double lung transplant

Janice Eason shares the story of her daughter, Kali, who was a preemie at 24 weeks and weighed less than 2 pounds.

Introducing new podcast, “Children’s Pedcast”

We're happy to share with you our new podcast, "Children's Pedcast," a conversation about pediatrics.

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The scoop on a good night’s sleep

While it’s easy to perpetuate the cycle of being sleepy, it’s possible to make a conscious effort to improve this problem.

Q&A with Team Superstars coach Antonio Vega

Vega of Zoom Performance will guide Children's running team with a training plan, tips, group runs and presentations.

Five Question Friday: Mignon Miller

Mignon is a speech-language pathologist and part of our cochlear-implant team who generally practices at Children’s – Woodbury clinic.

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Children’s Pediatric Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Clinic opens new doors

The Kiran Stordalen and Horst Rechelbacher Pediatric Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Clinic celebrates its grand opening this month.

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Top 10 apps for pain management

Stefan Friedrichsdorf, MD, suggests his favorite mobile apps for pain and symptoms management.

Sleds, skis, snowboards and skates: Stay safe with these tips

Minnesota winters bring with them plenty of opportunity for fun in the snow and on the ice, especially when kids are home from school.

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Five Question Friday: Dr. Stefan Friedrichsdorf

Stefan Friedrichsdorf, MD, medical director of the Department of Pain Medicine, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine, tells us about how we’re expanding to care for more kids in pain.

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Ensuring kids get enough exercise in every season

While all kids need 60 minutes of exercise each day, the way that looks for your preschooler might be different than your middle-schooler.