Our free health articles cover a different women's health issue each month and may be reprinted in your organisation's newsletter, magazine, blog or website at no cost. This month's topic is 'The art of developing confidence'.
What exactly is pride? How do you know if you have too much of it, or not enough? And what is the best way to keep it in check? Join Raf Epstein and Dr Jane Fisher, Jean Hailes professor, on this latest episode of Life and Other Catastrophes and find out.
Raf Epstein and Dr Jane Fisher and callers discuss guilt in all its intricacies.
Research into how Australians use surrogacy shows that most people thinking about it are considering or using overseas compensated arrangements.
There were so many aspects of my life where I was confident, but being a new parent definitely wasn’t one of them.
New research has shown that engaging in moderate to high intensity team exercise can lower blood pressure in women aged 35-50 years.
Last week, there were two articles in major Australian publications that addressed women’s experiences of birth. First, in Sunday Style (2/8/14) Katherine Catchfield argued that announcing over social media that someone has had a “natural” birth is putting pressure on mothers, causing them to feel ashamed if their own experience of birth involved pain relief or interventions.
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.
This post was originally published on Reservoir Dad. The Jean Hailes What Were We Thinking blog is looking for new Mums and Dads to blog about their experiences as they take their first hyped and panicky steps into parenthood and here’s why I think it’s a great idea…
Contraceptive use varies by age and culture. The latest Medical Observer article is an update on women’s choices in Australia.