Doctors treating childhood cancer have a new tool to help manage tough ethical questions surrounding fertility preservation for their young patients.
Researchers find home treatment as good as in hospital in terms of safety, cost and patient satisfaction.
US researchers have developed an electronic sepsis alert, using a combination of vital signs, risk factors and physician judgement, to identify children in a paediatric emergency department with severe sepsis.
New parents are encouraged to take heart: their touch matters more than they may realise.
A French study reveals that low doses of steroids given to preterm infants are not linked to any harmful effects on brain development at two years of age.
A miniature model of the gut made from stem cells lifts the lid on how infection-causing enteroviruses enter the intestine.
The Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (PPDC) has announced seed grants to three companies developing medical devices for children.
Emergency body cooling does not improve survival or functional outcomes in children who experience in-hospital cardiac arrest any more than normal temperature control, according to a multicentre study led by the University of Michigan and University of Utah.
A new therapy, trialled by Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital researchers, has the potential to become a 'game changer' in emergency paediatric medicine.
This improved strategy for treating intestinal worms in adults and children could improve the health of millions of children in Southeast Asia, the Pacific and Africa.
IVF patients across the country are being told their fairy tale ending is just an embryo transfer away from“Joyful new mum Sonia Kruger” to the “back-to-front love story” of sperm donor romance. Loretta Houlahan, from Monash University reveals that for every artificially conceived bundle of joy to make the headlines, there are many everyday Australians who have not been so lucky.