Jean Hailes for Women's Health is extending the deadline of its annual women's health survey by two weeks, after a fantastic response from all corners of the country.
"Women's Stuff," a free event in Ballarat on Wednesday 23 May, is moving to a larger venue to meet the overwhelming demand.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health launched its annual Women's Health Survey on Tuesday, 10 April. The online survey is one of the country's most revealing insights into the health concerns, fears and needs of women in Australia.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is excited to announce Optus as the 2018 National Women's Health Survey Partner. This is the second year Optus has been involved with Women's Health Week.
Women of all ages and backgrounds can have their health questions answered on a wide range of topics at "Women's Stuff," a free event being held in both Ballarat and Geelong in May.
Jean Hailes is proud to announce this year's partnership with Liptember, a campaign that educates the community on women's mental health and also raises funds towards specific mental health programs.
A new year often heralds the start of a new resolution to overcome the excesses of the festive season. Eating well is one of the first steps many of us take for better health at the beginning of the year.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGGP) reassures Australian women that long-acting reversible contraceptives, such as Implanon and Mirena, are considered safe and effective.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health welcomes the new Cervical Screening Test, which replaces the Pap test from today, 1 December, 2017.
Ten million Australians living in low socio-economic brackets are at high risk of dying early from chronic disease, according to Australia's Health Tracker by Socio-Economic Status, a new report from the Australian Health Policy Collaboration at Victoria University.