With a whole lot of crying and feeding going on, all newborn babies will experience wind and burping can be done in a number of different ways.
Both Alex and Jane have been on very different journeys with their bubs so far, but both can agree that the time has absolutely flown and they understand when parents say "where has my baby gone?"
Every mum and bub will have a unique breastfeeding situation. For mums who are breastfeeding, we’ve got some tips that might help get the milk flowing.
There are a number of reasons for rib pain during pregnancy, including your baby kicking your insides - it’s out of love, we’re sure! We’ve got some tips on how to relieve the discomfort.
Epworth HealthCare is very pleased to announce that it recently received the largest benefaction since it was first established in Richmond in 1920, enabling the purchase Epworth campuses six X model da Vinci robots, and new surgical equipment for multiple Epworth sites.
With high winds overnight, a nearby crane on Lennox Street has caused Bridge Road to be temporarily closed between Church Street and Punt Road.
Dr John Ainsworth suspects that Melbourne’s reputation as allergy capital is due to our temperate climate. Find out what you can do to build your immunity.
Epworth HealthCare’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Luis Prado said today that My Health Record has significant advantages to benefit many Australians, particularly people with complex and chronic conditions.
You may recall the incredible story of Jane and Alex, sisters who gave birth on the same day at different Epworth hospitals. We hear how they’re going six weeks on.
This remarkable story is about a team member and the wonderful volunteer work she’s been doing with Interplast.
Research has shown regular physical activity has a positive influence on sleep, mood, relationships and other lifestyle-related changes however, with 1 in 4 Australian's diagnosed with a mental illness the level of sedentary behaviour in this population group is startling.
To mark the beginning of Men’s Health Week, the EJ Whitten Foundation and Epworth HealthCare yesterday announced the establishment of the EJ Whitten Foundation Prostate Cancer Research Centre at Epworth - a new centre dedicated to improving treatment for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Last night we celebrated the 2018 Research Week Awards Dinner where 11 grant and four poster award recipients were announced. These grants will enable all of the recipients to put their research into action and steer the future of their chosen topics.
In an Australian-first paediatric procedure, Head and Neck surgeon Ben Dixon has successfully removed a patient’s rare, parapharyngeal clear-cell sarcoma using robotic surgery at Epworth Richmond.
Epworth HealthCare’s new mental health research unit, the Epworth Centre for Innovation in Mental Health (ECIMH), has officially opened with an intimate ceremony to mark the occasion.
We’re excited to announce our investment in six new da Vinci robots!
A big thanks to everyone who was involved in the 2018 Epworth Medical Foundation Men’s Health Lunch on Thursday 10 May.
Around 55,000 Australians per year will suffer from a heart attack – that’s one every ten minutes! But how do you know if you or someone around you is having a heart attack? And when do you call 000?