Stories that change you forever

When you work with the most amazing people on earth, you’re bound to have some interesting stories to tell. Every day amazing things happen here at Children’s Minnesota. From a single child’s incredible story to a research breakthrough that helps thousands of kids, we have stories that will change the way you see the world.

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Learn more about Children’s Minnesota news and events, what’s going on at our hospitals and clinics, and our experts in the news. You can also read stories written by our staff, patients and families.

Children’s Minnesota Stories

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How to care for COVID-19 symptoms at home

Coronavirus, or COVID-19, can certainly be scary; however, most people, especially children, will have mild symptoms that can be managed at home. Learn how to manage COVID-19 symptoms at home.

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Children’s Minnesota doctors recognized as “Rising Stars” by peers in Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Congratulations to the Children’s Minnesota physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2020 “Rising Stars.”

Pedestrian safety: Tips to keep kids safe between point A and point B

Children's Minnesota is sharing five simple tips to help patents keep their kids and teens safe while walking from point A to point B.

Children’s Minnesota is now accepting patients up to age 25 during COVID-19 outbreak

Dr. Marc Gorelick, president and CEO at Children's Minnesota, shares more about the pediatric health care system's decision to serve patients up to age 25 during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Children’s Minnesota employees succeed at making face shields for safety

Children's Minnesota staff joined together to produce reusable face shields with the goal of keeping their colleagues, patients and families safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Your 2020 New Year’s resolution: Quit vaping

Quitting vaping isn't easy, that's why Dr. Anne Griffiths, pediatric pulmonologist and vaping expert at Children's Minnesota, is sharing how parents can help their kids quit vaping and e-cigarette usage this year.

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Vaping, e-cigs and tampered cartridges

Nearly 25 percent of teens use e-cigarettes or vapes. Experts at Children's Minnesota found a cluster of cases of severe lung damage in teens and young adults that they believe to be linked to vaping. With vaping becoming a national epidemic, concerned parents and news outlets have turned to Children's for answers.

Children’s Minnesota reaches audiences across the country through coverage on the dangers of vaping

Children's Minnesota has garnered extensive national attention on the topic of vaping, and has become the thought leader on the subject.

Calendar of Events

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April 9 Living with Grief: Grandparent/Aunt/Uncle programs

April 9, 2020, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., St. Paul

April 9 Living with Grief: Parent Program

April 9, 2020, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., St. Paul

April 9 Living with Grief: Youth program

April 9, 2020, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., St. Paul

News & Press Releases

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Children’s Minnesota doctors recognized as “Rising Stars” by peers in Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Congratulations to the Children’s Minnesota physicians recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as 2020 “Rising Stars.”

Children’s Minnesota joins “A World of Hearts” movement

Amid the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Children’s Minnesota and its patients have joined the “A World of Hearts” movement to inspire hope.

Coronavirus update from Children’s Minnesota and MNAAP

Patsy Stinchfield and Dr. Anu Kalasar explained what health care providers should know about COVID-19, and discussed actions taken around the world, in the US, across the state and here at Children’s Minnesota.

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