Allina Health in the News

Managing pregnancy and infant loss

[KSTP TV, October 15, 2020] October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Children's Minnesota and Allina Health are teaming up to educate women and their loved ones about how they can make it through the loss.

Perinatal Psychotherapist Tina Welks with the Mother Baby Center, a collaboration of Allina Health and Children's Minnesota, said it's important loved ones lead with empathy.

Welk said, "Loss, specifically perinatal loss, gets very stigmatized."

Welk added it's critical to not judge.

Latest news

[KARE11-TV, October 14, 2020]   We are coming up on cold, influenza and strep season.
October 14, 2020
[KMSP Fox 9, October 11, 2020]   Health officials say Saturday‚Äôs record high for newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in a single day in Minnesota is a trend in the wrong direction
October 11, 2020
[KSTP TV, October 09, 2020]   Flu season is just around the corner and, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are new health challenges
October 09, 2020
[KEYC-TV, October 07, 2020]   Hospitals and care facilities across the nation that take this month as a way to inform women about the disease
October 07, 2020
[WCCO-TV, October 06, 2020]   October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the emphasis is on getting women to not forget about getting the regular screening checks
October 06, 2020
[KARE 11, October 05, 2020]   2020 is testing some people's mental health in ways many never expected
October 05, 2020
[CCX Media, October 02, 2020]   Deb Fortner is an Allina Health nurse with a passion for kids and bikes
October 02, 2020
[KSTP TV, September 28, 2020]   Change to Chill offers students free online tools and techniques to address stress and anxiety
September 28, 2020
[Star Tribune, September 27, 2020]   A new deal between Allina Health and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota may be a long-promised fix to incentives in health care
September 27, 2020
[Fox 9 KMSP-TV, September 22, 2020]   People are preparing for a new kind of Halloween as the CDC has pointed out that traditional Halloween activities are higher risk for spreading COVID-19
September 22, 2020