ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein and Jane Fisher, the Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University, talk about Life & Other Catastrophes. This episode focuses on rethinking what 'middle age' is. Do you think you have reached your peak in life? Are you still waiting for your peak?
Our free health articles cover a different women's health issue each month and may be reprinted in your organisation's newsletter, blog or website at no cost. This month's topic is: Taking care of 'down there'.
A large US study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research has revealed that an anti-inflammatory diet can help reduce the loss of bone mineral density in some postmenopausal women.
ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein and Jane Fisher, the Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University, talk about Life & Other Catastrophes. This episode focuses on the etiquette of switching off from the modern workplace. Is it acceptable to call people out of hours? How contactable do we really need to be?
As women, we're generally not used to talking about our vulvas and vaginas. So much so, that many women don't know what the vulva actually is, or the difference between it and a vagina.
In the latest Medical Observer article, Jean Hailes gynaecologist Dr Janine Manwaring explains the steps involved that ensures a thorough investigation of menorrhagia.
Raf and callers chat to Jane Fisher, the Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University, about Life & Other Catastrophes. This episode focuses on the roles and responsibilities of being a grandparent.
The latest Jean Hailes national Magazine is available now, featuring a range of health articles relevant to women at every life stage. In this issue we explore perimenopause and how to manage the change before 'The Change', STIs and what you need to know, the benefits of eating nature's red foods, plus, there are two great recipes from Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella.
Our love of technology often diverts us from being physically active. Instead of walking down the hall to chat to a colleague, we now just ping them an email.
How do you make a will, and what's important to put in it? And why do we find it so hard to make one?