A new study published in the Journal of Human Reproduction has found a possible link between consumption of sugary drinks and the age at which girls have their first period.
A new study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology has discovered that a daily dose of cinnamon appeared to help regulate the menstrual cycles in a small group of women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
We have three exciting employment opportunities to join our Translation, Education & Communications team in Clayton, Victoria: Project Officer, Health Writer; Project Manager, Resources & Operations; Senior Project Officer, Media, Marketing & Events.
In this latest Medical Observer article, obstetrician gynaecologist Dr Eve Gaughan, covers the risk factors associated with ovarian cancer, and highlights the issues and limitations of current screening measures.
Due to the recent publication of the Lancet article released 12 February 2015, we believe it is important for us to communicate key messages on research findings immediately. Below are statements from Professor Henry Burger AO, Consultant in Endocrinology to Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, and Professor Rod Baber, President of the International Menopause Society, outlining descriptions of the study and their comments on the results.
A recent research study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, has suggested a possible link between blueberry consumption and improvements in heart health.
Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT) is calling on women with an intellectual disability, their carers and Health Professionals to complete a short online survey. The outcomes of the survey will help to develop an educational resource and practice guide to support women with an intellectual disability through the process of menopause.
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 'Am I normal?'
Body image is how women think, feel and picture their body. Research has found a link between how women view their body and their ability to handle daily life.
Detecting and managing subclinical thyroid disorders is challenging in midlife women. In this article, Dr Cynthia Stuenkel, Clinical Professor of Medicine at University of California, presents the research findings, and identifies some handy practice points for Health Professionals.