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Low risk of infection in babies born to mothers with COVID-19
COVID vaccination earlier in pregnancy leads to better antibody transfer to baby
New research highlights risks of separating newborns from mothers during COVID-19 pandemic
New Year’s Babies: Over 370,000 children will be born worldwide on New Year’s Day – UNICEF
Government failed public housing residents, report is a wake-up call and must lead to real change
AMBER ALERT – Missing baby at Cairns
WHO launches new roadmap on human resource strategies to ensure that all newborns survive and thrive
Concordia’s District 3 startups harness emerging technology for global good
Clinical trial shows steroid a preterm lifesaver
Remarks by Henrietta Fore, UNICEF Executive Director, at launch of Every Woman Every Child Progress report
Conflict, climate crisis and COVID-19 pose great threats to health of women and children
COVID-19 could reverse decades of progress toward eliminating preventable child deaths, agencies warn
COVID-19 could reverse decades of progress toward eliminating preventable child deaths
SurePulse lands £1m investment to expand its share of neonatal healthtech market
Inquiry needs to be wake-up call for state government on public housing
Independent inquiry needed to prevent marginalised communities from being locked up again
Defining paths to possible mother to child coronavirus transmission
Police responding to fatal traffic crash at St Lawrence
Pregnant mothers and babies born during COVID-19 pandemic threatened by strained health systems and disruptions
Clue into infant death in Seaford
Maternal and child health services continuing
Kelston sudden deaths: Police issue final update
Body of newborn found; woman assisting with inquiries – Sandy Beach, near Coffs Harbour
First-time fathers ‘need more help’