Women of all ages will have their health questions answered on a wide range of topics at Women’s Stuff, a free event in Wodonga on Friday, July 3.
Join experts from Jean Hailes for Women’s Health on the rollercoaster ride of food, sex and hormones. Women’s stuff will be on the agenda when leading experts from Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, present a free women’s health event in Mordialloc on Wednesday 29 April.
New blog and free app from Jean Hailes and Monash University backed by 10 year research program
Over the last 30 years, assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have helped millions of couples to have children. Today, almost 4% of all children in Australia are born as a result of ART.
Jean Hailes for Women’s Health has experienced a surge in demand for reliable information about menopause treatment from women and health professionals, following publication of research in the medical journal, The Lancet, linking hormone replacement therapy with ovarian cancer.
Forgiveness and kindness are the best remedies for getting your New Year’s resolutions back on track, says an expert psychologist from Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, Australia’s leading and trusted women’s health organisation.
Experts warn women against masking emotions with alcohol. With the festive season in full swing, women are urged not to use alcohol as a coping strategy when dealing with extra demands of these holidays.
In support of Postnatal Depression Awareness Week (16-22 November), Jean Hailes for Women’s Health wants women and men to know that discussing their experiences following the birth of a baby can help them become confident parents.
A report on women’s health released by the International Menopause Society to mark World Menopause Day on 18 October reveals that the first 10 years post menopause is the ideal time for women to improve the quality of their lives for later years.
While depression affects one in five women, anxiety is more widespread with one in three women experiencing anxiety at some time in their life. The ABS reports that anxiety affects over 2 million people aged 16-85 years, with the majority being women.