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Check out our latest news stories to keep up to date with the most recent developments in Children’s Health across Queensland. View all news

Growing numbers of young Queenslanders seeking help for eating disorders

More than 400 young Queenslanders have been referred to Children’s Health Queensland’s (CHQ) specialist Eating Disorders Program in the past three years, with the number of referrals increasing annually.

29 March 2019 |

Your stories shines a spotlight on the brave children and families we care for and the courage and determination they show in the face of major health challenges. View all stories

Harry

Harry was six months old when he tried egg for the very first time. Two hours later, Harry vomited continuously until he turned white, cold and floppy. What his mum Marley initially thought was just an upset tummy turned out to be a life-threatening allergic reaction.

10 April 2019 |

Our blog, ‘Growing Pains’ is created in collaboration with medical professionals and provides insight, tips and advice about topical children’s health issues and developmental milestones. View all blog posts

Turn it down and tune in to the risk of hearing loss

The reality of hearing damage won’t be music to the ears of tune-loving teens and tweens addicted to their personal music devices (or loud music in any situation), but the fact is exposure to recreational loud noise is a major cause of hearing loss in Australia.

8 March 2019 |

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Last updated: 15 March 2019
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