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Dr. Kavita Desai and Andrew Warmuth on pain

Children’s Pedcast: Treating and eliminating pain

Dr. Kavita Desai and Andrew Warmuth from the pain program share how their team works to eliminate acute, chronic, complex and procedural pain.

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Food that gets kids required vitamin D

Molly Martyn, MD, shares how parents can help their kids meet daily vitamin D requirements.

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Register to run at HeartBeat 5000

One of the signature events at Children's Minnesota focuses on fitness and fun, and its proceeds benefit the cardiovascular program.

Ask Dr. Gigi

Find that summer-schedule sweet spot

Dr. Gigi Chawla shares advice for how to make the school-to-summer adjustment easier.

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Children’s Pedcast: Leaving kids in the car

Injury prevention program coordinator Dex Tuttle joins the podcast to talk about the dangers of leaving or forgetting your child in the car when the weather is warm.

Children’s Dr. Robert Segal receives Homer Venters Outstanding Clinical Teacher award

The award recognizes clinical faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to the education of pediatricians.

No One is Watching PSA

PSA urges water, pool safety

Abbey's Hope, a Twin Cities-based nonprofit, released a powerful public service announcement about pool and water safety.

Ask Dr. Gigi

Study gives reason for babies’ common first words

In a story by The Bump, Dr. Gigi Chawla shares her recommendation for exposing babies to a wide range of vocabulary and conversational dialogue from birth.

Ciceron: Not your average agency

Children’s Minnesota leverages the digital expertise at Ciceron to make an even bigger impact for kids.

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6 ways to protect kids’ skin from the sun

Much of our lifetime sun exposure happens in the first 18 years of our lives, and protecting the skin of infants and children will reduce their skin-cancer risk as they grow older.