Kids health

  • Poisoning is more common than you think

    Roughly one in four children will be exposed to something which requires a call to the Poisons Information Centre before they turn five.
  • Closing the gap: bit by bit

    Researchers across Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network are working hard to close the health care gap for Indigenous families.
  • New trial for brain cancer patients

    This week The Children’s Hospital at Westmead announced a new clinical trial for children who are newly diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma.
  • Headaches in Craniosynostosis

    Headaches are common in children. It can be difficult to figure out if these headaches are “normal” headaches, or if they are a sign of a more serious problem. In children with craniofacial problems, headaches can be a sign of increased pressure inside the head.

  • NDIS fast track for hearing impaired kids

    The NDIS has announced they will fast track children with hearing impairments.

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