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  • Keeping food safe

    In Australia, we generally have a reliable, safe and nutritious food supply. Even so, foodborne illnesses are quite common, affecting millions of Australian children each year.
  • Life with type 1 diabetes

    In the blink of an eye April could have a low... her blood sugar levels could drop so dramatically that she could slip into a coma. If April doesn't eat foods with the right amount of insulin, she could have a high... her blood sugar levels could rise so significantly that it causes damage to her organs. This is life with type 1 diabetes.

  • Preserving the miracle of antibiotics

    Our health professionals have issued a strong warning for people not to take antibiotics for virus-borne illness such as the flu, labelling such misuse as one of the biggest global health threats of our time.

  • Staff recognised in prestigious health awards

    Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network has cemented its position as leaders in healthcare, winning a number of highly esteemed awards recently.

  • Patients take part in global space project

    It’s not every day you receive a Skype call from a former NASA astronaut.

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