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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.
Four friends who have collectively volunteered for more than 45 years at Mater are encouraging others to get connected and give back to their community.
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.
Growing up in regional Queensland, Jonathon Heeley was better known as the ‘Coke can kid’.
Brisbane Lions partners Emma MacNeill and Emilie Morival-Gaier have taken a mark and kicked a goal their leading men will never be able to beat.
Willow had her heart set on teaching after finishing school – but she's glad she chose nursing!
Today is International Midwives’ Day – a day when Mater recognises the extraordinary work and commitment of our hundreds of midwives.
Townsville midwife Rebekah Forrest has seen and done most things when it comes to welcoming babies into the world.
Mater nurses on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic at Brisbane’s Mater hospital will be nourished with hearty home-cooked meals, thanks to a Brisbane café owner.
Delaying cutting the umbilical cord on premature newborns is improving survival rates of babies born before full term, according to neonatal specialists at Australia ...
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.
Mater Mothers’ Hospital is calling for pregnant women to participate in an Australian-first trial using Sildenafil - commonly known as Viagra® - to reduce the risk of ...
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