Latest premature babies News

How much oxygen do very premature babies need after birth?
Australian Red Cross Announces New Lifeblood Chair
On Saturday, Sale Wears Pink
‘Miracle’ Luka puts up brave fight after arriving 15 weeks early
Pasteurised Donor Milk May Lose Essential Hormones
Six months on, elderly and children trapped sick and hungry in death zone
$2 Million For Sick And Premature Babies
Mum’s song of hope inspires premmie parents across Australia
Rainbow Festival To Go Ahead
New estimate doubles likely deaths from fungal disease globally
‘Miracle’ baby born 17 weeks early celebrates first Christmas
‘Miracle’ baby Laurelai is the perfect little wedding day gift
Premature baby Charlotte is mango-sized miracle
Parents of premature babies are being left behind
Delaying cord clamping could halve risk of death in premature babies
Israel and the Occupied Territories: The ICRC urges protection for Gaza civilians evacuating and staying behind
Central Queensland mum’s baby joy after three-month hospital stay
Women and newborns bearing the brunt of the conflict in Gaza, UN agencies warn
How mum’s diet affects baby’s gut health: breastmilk research
Multi-million dollar boost into child research programs
Charlie’s story – Grieving couple’s mission to end necrotising enterocolitis
Funding better future for preterm babies
Funding boost for maternity services at Cairns Hospital
Cairns Public Hospital Provides Lifeline to Far North Mothers
Mater Foundation partners with Nine Network for exciting new five year partnership
Six months on from devastating earthquake Syrian women face unprecedented challenges to give birth safely
Albanese Government helping to commercialise Aussie know-how
100-year-old grandma helps Mater’s tiniest patients keep warm
Donor breast milk trial shares $73 million in funding
Preferencing coal over renewables: Vales Point cannot be exempt from clean air laws
Milk bank for premature babies expanded
Mater launches clinical trial to protect preterm babies
Transformed maternity and early years services for young lives
Breast milk boosts premature babies’ brain development
Mater’s tiniest baby of 2022 has big brave heart
Little miracle mates excited for first day of school
Three times fun as ‘little miracles’ head to school for first time
WHO advises immediate skin to skin care for survival of small and preterm babies
Dramatic roadside delivery for newborn twins in Queensland
Kidney health in adult life begins in womb, Monash researchers discover
$6 million for university’s health investigators
Treatment for fatal lung disease in babies closer
How dads can use ‘kangaroo care’ to bond with their infants
Antibodies in breast milk help shape infants’ gut bacteria and immunity
More than $19.7 M awarded to Monash researchers for vital medical research
Treatment hope for premature babies
Nation leading innovation and survival rates for Tasmanian premmies
WHO launches second edition of Essential Newborn Care Course for field testing