In this Marie Claire article, Jean Hailes Medical Director and gynaecologist Dr Elizabeth Farrell discusses adenomyosis, a condition of the uterus that impacts around twenty percent of women before the age of 40.
A study conducted by the Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University to better understand men's contributions to childbearing decisions and outcomes has found that men do not have a good understanding of how age affects fertility in both men and women.
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 are: 'Your guide to UTIs' and 'Tips to improve bladder control'.
We've all been there. It's almost lunchtime, your stomach is starting to rumble and you realise you forgot to bring your lunch in – again.
On this week's episode of Life & Other Catastrophes, Jean Hailes' Professor Jane Fisher and ABC Melbourne's Rafael Epstein discuss quitting.
Getting physical is an important part of healthy living and also a key message for this year's Women's Health Week. To help increase awareness of physical activity and overall health and wellbeing, Jean Hailes for Women's Health is pleased to announce Bicycle Network as a 2017 Women's Health Week Major Community Partner.
'How to get babies to sleep' is the most-searched topic online by parents. Director of the Jean Hailes Research Unit, Professor Jane Fisher, says parents need to use credible sources of information when it comes to their baby care.
Is it a negative or a positive in a child's development to be sans siblings? Whether of choice or by circumstance, the 'only child' is often discussed as a burden or benefit.
Are UTIs (urinary tract infections) just part of being a woman? Something we have to put up with? By the time they turn 24 years of age, one in three women will have had a UTI, and they affect more than 50% of all women during their lifetime.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is marking its silver anniversary, celebrating 25 years since the organisation's first medical clinic opened in 1992. Since then, Jean Hailes has grown into one of Australia's leading not-for-profit organisations committed to improving women's knowledge and understanding of complex health issues.