Is there a difference between the personalities of your siblings depending on the order of birth. What differences are there between the first and the third child? Which one does the middle child identify with the most?
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.
Having a new baby is hard work…for everyone. Dividing up the paid and unpaid work after Victoria’s arrival has not been easy but I think that Alex and I have found a way that works for us, after some “trial and error”. The trick is to remember that it’s all about Victoria!
Well here we are. 35 weeks on and this apparently not so little baby is still kicking around inside me. Literally. Whilst my husband and I have decided not to find out the gender so we can be surprised, I would not be surprised if our baby grew up to become a kickboxing champion.
New blog and free app from Jean Hailes and Monash University backed by 10 year research program
Raf Epstein and Jane Fisher, Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University discuss the balancing act with the people you probably spend more time than anyone else – your co-workers.
A high intake of yogurt has been found to be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the BMC Medicine Journal.
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 frame game'.
Friendships can change a great deal when your friends have children and you are child-free. In this episode of Life and Other Catastrophes, Jane and Tim Callanan (filling in for Raph) talk about going to your friends' kid's parties when you're child-free.
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.