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The 900 midwives who work at Mater Mothers all love babies – but Charmaine loves them more than most!
Two Townsville businessmen, who reconnected after surviving heart attacks within a month of each other, are encouraging all Queenslanders to have regular check-ups ...
A five-year-old Queensland boy with down syndrome has defied all odds after being born with multiple life-threatening heart issues, leaving his parents Julia and Luke ...
North Queensland patients recovering from heart procedures are now able to access rehabilitation care and monitoring from home, no matter where in the region they live.
People living with a Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) are being given a chance to identify their triggers and ‘retrain’ their brain thanks to a new group ...
A new study has identified that fat molecules contribute to sleep disturbances in children diagnosed with autism, with results now published in Nature Medicine.
A tiny Queensland baby girl will be given extra cuddles this Easter in hospital.
Cardiac patients living in remote and regional Queensland will be able to receive expert rehabilitation services in their own homes thanks to Mater’s partnership with ...
A new study by Mater Research and The University of Queensland will investigate whether smartwatches could help predict seizures for people living with epilepsy.
For the first time in four years, a set of quadruplets has been welcomed into the world at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in South Brisbane.
Read this heartwarming Q&A with Mater cancer patient Melanie and Mater Clinical Nurse Consultant Esther.
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 ...
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