We all know the guilty feeling of giving up a New Year's resolution halfway through January. Here is one healthy change for 2017 that isn't too difficult to get right. It doesn't involve running a marathon or starting a new fad diet. It's a simple step, but an important one that points you in the right direction to help prevent chronic disease and potentially an early death.
When it comes to eating to improve your memory, it's all in the mind – that is, a diet called the MIND diet.
Did you know that of all the organs in your body, it's your brain that uses the most energy? That's why it's important to feed your brain steady and nutritious fuel throughout the day.
Painful sex: one in five women experience it and it's a topic that women want to know more about, but for many of us it's a private subject that's too embarrassing to bring up in conversation or ask your doctor about.
In a recent article for Yours Magazine, Jean Hailes for Women's Health psychologist Dr Mandy Deeks teaches you how to create an emotional first-aid kit to help you bounce back from painful feelings and negativity.
When Jean Hailes asked women what they wanted to know more about in a comprehensive health survey ahead of Women’s Health Week last year, 69% said that they knew either ‘nothing at all’, or ‘a little’ about, the effectiveness of natural therapies.
In a recent article for SBS News by Amal Awad, Jean Hailes endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison explains that heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in Australia, yet it is still regarded a typically male disease.
What if there was a diet that not only celebrated life and living, but also extended life? A diet backed with solid evidence that it could reduce your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, bowel, breast and other cancers, and – as an added bonus – also help you to maintain a healthy weight.
We are constantly being reminded to eat well and pay attention to the kinds of foods we put into our bodies, but what about the skincare products and cosmetics we apply to our skin?
Your libido, otherwise known as your sex-drive or desire, forms an important part of your health and wellbeing. Your levels of libido will change throughout your life. There's no right or wrong level – only what's right for you.