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Taking fear out of food-allergy diagnoses

Dealing with a food allergy diagnosis can feel daunting, especially for the uninitiated, due to their serious nature. But it doesn’t have to be — no parent or child has to face the new reality alone.

Holy Angels athlete refuses to let ulcerative colitis knock him down

For the past year and a half, Scott Lohan has been in and out of the hospital and endured lengthy procedures because of a chronic illness.

5 question friday

Five Question Friday: Meet clinical educator Song Khang

Get to know Song Khang. She has been with Children's for close to nine years.

When to vaccinate against measles

Our infection prevention team has received questions about the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine from concerned parents since measles began dominating national news coverage.

Iron Range boy beats heart problem

Tyler LaMourea was diagnosed with tachycardia, a faster-than-normal resting heartbeat, when he was 6 years old.

From hopelessness to triumph: Eliana’s battle with chronic pain

Eliana's story tells of the amazing fortitude of one little girl, the perseverance of her siblings and the compassionate and enduring care of a team of experts.

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Get screened for type 1 diabetes at Twin Cities walk

Children’s will host a free screening event from 7:30-10:30 a.m. Feb. 21 at the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes at the Mall of America.

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.