From an expert

  • Goodnight moon, goodnight you: Tips for a good night's sleep in hospital

    Sleeping well at night can make you feel better, give you more energy and promote health and healing.

  • World Asthma Day

    Ten per cent of Australian children have asthma. It’s the most common respiratory condition in Australia, and also one of the most common reasons for presentation to emergency departments and admission to hospital each year.
  • Help your child thrive this Healthy Eating Month

    Making healthier food and drink choices can benefit the health and well being of the whole family. Good nutrition is especially important in infants and children as it provides them with the energy and nutrients they need to stay healthy, and to be able to think clearly, learn and play.

  • Meet Professor Sandra Cooper

    Professor Sandra Cooper is a neuroscientist, and the Scientific Director of Kids Neuroscience Centre.

  • Meet Professor Kristine Macartney

    Professor Kristine Macartney is the Director of the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS) within Kids Research at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

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