In the latest Medical Observer article, Director of the Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University, Professor Jane Fisher, explains the art of finding out if a woman needs help for postnatal depression.
Join ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein and Jane Fisher, the Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University as they discuss whether parents should stay together for the sake of the kids.
In light of recent news, Jean Hailes Medical Director Dr Elizabeth Farrell and endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison answer questions about the current shortage of oestrogen patches, a hormone replacement treatment used to manage menopausal symptoms.
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For any postmenopausal women who might have feared it was too late to start regular exercise, new research has brought encouraging news. A study recently published in Menopause, the North American Menopause Society's journal, has proven that exercise is highly beneficial for women at this stage of life.
Jean Hailes Professor Jane Fisher and ABC's Del Irani discuss teasing and bullying. What are some simple conversations you can have with your child at home if they're being teased or bullied? Or if they are actually the ones saying the hurtful things?
In the latest Medical Observer article, Jean Hailes Head of Translation, Education & Communication, Dr Helen Brown, provides practical advice on helping unmotivated patients change their lifestyle.
Picture this: you're dating someone new after your long-term relationship ended. The dates are progressing well, but you're yet to take it to the next level. You end up back at their place and things start heating up. You want to have sex, but suddenly your thoughts turn to sexually transmitted infections (STIs), safer sex and that you should really be using protection…
ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein and Jane Fisher, the Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University, talk about Life & Other Catastrophes. This episode Raf and Jane are joined by Professor Anne Buist from Austin Health to discuss parenting with a mental illness.
Nelly Thomas, comedian and Ambassador for Jean Hailes, kickstarts a colourful yet educational conversation all about the vulva.