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The latest Jean Hailes Magazine features these articles:
Perimenopause: how to manage the change before ‘The Change’
STIs: what you need to know about sexually transmitted infections
Red is the new black: learn about the power of nature’s red foods
A recipe for a protein-packed vegetable frittata by Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella
An easy, protein-packed meal that is suitable for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
This simple dish is rich in antioxidants and is great as a side salad or on its own.
On May 1, 2017, Pap tests are changing in Australia. Here you’ll find what you need to know.
Jean Hailes Medical Director, Dr Elizabeth Farrell explores the latest findings in female cardiac health.
Professor Martin Delatycki explains fragile X syndrome and the health impacts for women.
Delicious, nutritious and not even a little bit naughty!
This booklet is designed for young girls to help them understand their periods. It explains what is and isn’t normal, and what they can do if they have any questions or concerns.
This booklet is an introduction to the condition of endometriosis and is ideal for girls and women who have been newly diagnosed. Fourteen pages of text and diagrams that explain endometriosis in clear and easy to understand language, that will provide you, as well as your family, partner and friends with a trusted resource to better understand this long term and often complex condition.
This evidence-based tool for the assessment and management of endometriosis has been informed by the latest research and clinical expertise. It can act as a quick reference tool to guide initial diagnosis of endometriosis, provide guidance for ongoing management, and highlights practice points and key messages.
Does eating certain foods help protect you from developing cancer? Which foods should we all be eating?
Written by surgical oncologist Dr David Wilkinson, this book takes you on a tour of the top foods that protect against cancer and delves into the scientific reasons why these foods are effective. Discover how cancer cells work and what turns them off.
Royal Children’s Hospital Gynaecologist, Dr Melissa Cameron suggests practical ways for practitioners to build trust and engage with adolescent patients.
Dr Terri Foran discusses IUDs as an effective, long acting reversible contraception (LARC).
They may be small but they offer a surprising number of big health benefits.
Learn what to expect inside the clinics of allied health practices that help keep your body fit and strong.