Incidents of gun violence and terrorism are hard to understand and process for individuals of all ages, but especially for children. Therefore, it’s critical for parents to talk with their children about these tragedies and help them process what they’re seeing.
Diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 20 years old, Trina turned to Children’s Minnesota to defeat tumor for good.
A cancer diagnosis for any family is hard. But Teige’s diagnosis was further complicated by a rare genetic platelet disorder called Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia.
Jacqueline Englund was just 16-years-old when she was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma. See how her cancer journey has inspired her to give back to kids today.
Six tips to help your child ease into his or her school-time sleep schedule and maintain healthy sleep habits throughout the year.
The start of a new school year for kids is finally here. We want all children to feel happy, healthy and prepared for the transition to a new school year.
Camber was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at two and a half years old. Today, she shows us what bravery really looks like.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month and we invite you to shine bright for kids!
We spend a great deal of time with our young children talking about how to safely cross the street. However, recent data shows it’s the teens that are at much higher risk of injury and death from pedestrian activities.
Join Children's Minnesota at our annual Shine Bright Bash event, with proceeds benefiting the Cancer Kids Fund.