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For the first time in four years, a set of quadruplets has been welcomed into the world at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in South Brisbane.
A mum who gave birth to a premature baby on the Centenary Highway has thanked the Mater midwife who guided her through the delivery by phone – and saved her daughter ...
When Ipswich mum Erika was warned her tiny premature baby boy had only a “slim chance of surviving”, she never gave up hope.
English-born Brisbane Roar defender Jack Hingert is living his best life on the couch – “taking on night shifts” with newborn son Billy while enjoying every moment of ...
Mater doctors have saved the life of a premature baby girl after successfully removing a two- kilogram tumour from a tiny newborn’s spine.
A new program at Mater Mothers’ Hospital is giving parents the skills they need to take their premature babies home sooner and with additional support.
Mary-Anne is one of many women among us who are strong, capable and loving—but whose mental health can be profoundly affected by pregnancy and birth.
Bringing their triplets home from hospital in time for Christmas is the best gift anyone could give to St George parents, Josephine and Cohen Nunn.
A ceremony to mark the start of refurbishment works to convert the historic convent into a much-needed perinatal mental health service took place on 27 May.
Stillbirth affects more than 2,000 Australian families each year (six babies lost each day). Not every stillbirth is preventable, but many are.
Thank you to everyone who visited our Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane at the Essential Baby and Toddler Show. This year was the biggest show yet!
A new mobile phone app being trialled at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane aims to reduce the rate of stillbirth in Australia by 30 per cent by focusing on a baby’s kicks.
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