Kids health

  • Happy teeth, healthy heart

    When staff working on Edgar Stephen Ward noticed the cardiac patients they were treating often required dental treatment, they decided to approach the Department of Dentistry, proposing a joint project to improve dental hygiene and health among patients.

  • There’s no place like home

    More than 30 children with complex breathing issues across NSW and ACT are now safely cared for at home thanks to the incredible efforts of the Chronic and Complex Airway team at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH).
  • From the expert: "Flu vaccination is still important"

    Winter is already here and it is a timely reminder for parents and the local community to have their annual flu vaccination.

  • Hospitals collaborate for patient care

    It all started when Jayln began complaining of a sore foot. After a couple of days, his foot started to swell and turn purple, his temperature spiked to 39 degrees and he developed an itchy rash all over his body.

  • New centre set to transform treatment for sick kids

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) and Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) are announcing the establishment of the Australian Genome Therapeutics Centre (AGTC), a collaborative effort which will transform the treatment of children with serious inherited diseases and provide hope to many more.

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