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COVID-19 and sports: Which sports are safe for kids to play?

Learn more about the safety and risk of playing sports during COVID-19.

Children’s Minnesota takes extra steps to provide safe care

Children’s Minnesota remains a safe place for kids to get the care they need—from routine well-child check-ups to emergency care to surgeries.

When can my child stay home alone on their own?

Summer is just around the corner and for many parents that means, their kids are out of school for the season. Because your kids will be home throughout the day during the summer, you may be wondering, at what age can my child stay home alone?

Playground safety: Tips to keep kids safe while they’re having fun

Playgrounds are a great place for kids to get some fresh air and exercise, but injuries can happen at playgrounds. Here are four tips to help keep your kids safe while they play.

Six tips for trampoline safety

If you have a trampoline at home, follow these tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics to maintain a safe environment.

Stressed mom in kitchen that's messy.

Tips for parents: Reducing stress during quarantine

At Children’s Minnesota, we know that after a disaster, such as the current COVID-19 outbreak, occurs, child abuse rates can go up. It’s natural for parents to feel frustrated. Get tips to maintain balance as a stressed parent.

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Preventing magnets as a choking hazard in your home

Dex Tuttle, injury prevention program manager at Children’s Minnesota, provides tips for how parents can try and prevent their child from swallowing magnets in their home.

Window safety recommendations

The three most common types of falls in the home that can cause injury to children can be easily avoided. Find safety recommendations here.