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How to nurture your mind and brain for better memory

Ahead of World Alzheimer’s Day on September 21 experts from Jean Hailes for Women’s Health remind women to nurture their mind and brain for the best chance of keeping healthy, both physically and mentally.

Secret women’s business: time to bust the myths

This year on International Gynaecological Awareness Day (celebrated worldwide on September 10) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health ‘lifts the lid’ on secret women’s business by busting some common held myths.

Women’s Health Week: positive change starts with confidence

Being confident and believing in yourself can have significant health benefits. Large numbers of women struggle with confidence which may negatively influence their health. Building awareness of the connection between women’s confidence and their health is the focus of the 2014 Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week.

3 steps to stronger, healthier bones

Ahead of Healthy Bones Week (3-10 August), Jean Hailes for Women’s Health reminds women of the importance of looking after their bone health.

Social egg freezing study aims to understand womens’ experiences

Melbourne IVF in collaboration with The Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The University of Melbourne, is about to commence a study aiming to explore the experiences of women who have frozen their eggs for non-medical reasons. 

What women spend time worrying about: anxiety, bones and memory

The latest Jean Hailes National Magazine is available now, featuring a range of health issues relevant to Australian women at every life stage. In this issue we focus on understanding the difference between worry and anxiety; remembering that it’s never too late to maintain strong bones; and how to protect and improve our memory and brain function.

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