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Way to go, Betsy Hodges and City of Minneapolis Government! It's great to have you on the "100%-In" team dedicated to helping the brains of our littlest ones grow! Park Nicollet is proud to be part of the largest clinic system to fully participate in Reach Out and Read Minnesota.

Mayor Hodges: Minneapolis Will Become a 'Reach Out and Read Bookend City' in 2017 - City of Minneapolis

More and more women are putting educational and career goals first – and waiting to have babies. Our doctor answers 3 common questions about later-in-life pregnancies.

There’s a new mom of today, and she looks a lot like Janet Jackson

‘Tis the season when buying fresh fruits and veggies is expensive. So what’s the scoop on frozen and canned options? Are they just as healthy? yumPower breaks it down.

Can fruits and veggies be better for you if they’re canned or frozen?

What are the conversations you should be having your doctor? A new HealthPartners Institute study outlines the topics you should discuss during your next visit.

Three key services doctors can provide to help people live a longer, healthier life

Fresh snow ❄❄❄

It's not great for your commute, but the kids are going to love it! But before they grab their sleds, parents listen up.

Can sledding be dangerous?

Flu cases are surging in Minnesota. There's still time to get a flu shot.

Is it the flu or a common cold?

It’s clear that there is a strong link between health and well-being early in life, and health and well-being later in life. That’s why we want every child to have a healthy start and bright future. Recently, the Star Tribune highlighted our partnership with the Greater Twin Cities United Way as a step toward putting children’s health and brain development first.

Spread the word that ‘stronger brains’ start developing at birth

New year, new goals. Start the year off with a walk or run outside. But before you do...

Outside exercising starts with dressing for success

December 31 is upon us, so before the end of the year make a difference in the lives of those who need it most by donating to support Park Nicollet Foundation. Your support ensures that Park Nicollet Foundation is able to continue to fund innovative and impactful programs that reach deep into our community to improve health and well-being for those who need it most. Give hope. Give...
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Slow down in the cold! Winter activities such as skating or skiing, as well as shoveling snow, can put additional strain on the heart.

30% more likely to have a heart attack during the winter

Help! My fingertips are white and numb.

It might be Raynaud’s Disease

You're away from home...you're sick. Ugh! Your best option may be an online clinic.

What should I do if I get sick while traveling?

In this season of generosity and gratitude, please consider Park Nicollet Foundation as a part of your year-end giving. For more than 40 years, we have used philanthropy to enhance the patient and family experience, promote innovation and research, and respond to the health care needs of our community. We partner with schools, nonprofits, community agencies and local governments to develop...
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Give hope. Give possibility.

Improving lighting, eliminating trip hazards and installing supports is a great start.

How can you protect your elderly loved one from falling?

Looking for a last-minute gift idea for the newest member of the family? Try these types of books.

What kinds of children's books should I read to my newborn?

And the most popular baby names at Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital and Regions Hospital this year were...

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You don’t have to sacrifice your healthy living goal for delicious food this holiday season.

Healthy holiday recipes

While you're shopping for yourself...Help create a better shelf for better health with this grocery list.

What should I donate to my local food shelf?

Every pregnant woman we care for gets her own copy of “Baby Animals Black and White.” Find out why – and when she gets it.

Making it easy to read, talk, sing from day one