More than 1000 sick and premature babies have been fed precious breastmilk donated by new mothers since the Mercy Health Breastmilk Bank opened its doors.
Thousands of Australian children living with cerebral palsy now have access to an additional treatment option to treat moderate to severe upper limb spasticity.
Discovering that high levels of microplastics are released when preparing formula in polypropylene infant feeding bottles, researchers have developed recommendations to mitigate the risk.
Researchers and clinical experts led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute have produced Australian clinical guidelines to improve the rehabilitation of children who have a stroke.
Dr Angus Stock answers questions about Kawasaki Disease and the risk to children in Australia.
2020's Starlight Super Swim is encouraging Australians to make a positive splash to help the Starlight Children's Foundation brighten the lives of seriously ill and hospitalised children.
Parents of infants with poor sleeping habits are three times more likely to experience daytime dysfunction compared with parents of infants without sleep troubles.
It's not unusual for 11- and 12-year-olds to spend up to 11 hours seated.
People born very preterm or very low weight are four times more likely to have lung-related issues in early adulthood than those born on time.
Delaying a newborn's first bath by 12 hours may significantly improve breastfeeding exclusivity, and make it easier for the baby to latch.
Too often, children are being injured by falls while in hospital, presenting a significant challenge to healthcare providers. Two organisations step up to change the status quo.
Australia has the highest rate of food allergies in the world, which is why researchers have launched a new, free app to help manage the risks.
This revised edition is a free, practical tool for clinicians, patients and their families, anticipating the different stages of diagnosis and treatment.
Ever wondered how children have the energy to run around all day? Researchers have the answer.
With diet-related problems the leading cause of disease in Australia, new research into junk food ads seen by kids is alarming.