Dr Deidre Bentley, Jean Hailes GP, explains that a sensitive approach is needed when dealing with this potentially embarrassing subject.
In early 2015, Jean Hailes conducted an online survey of women and health professionals to examine the perceived gaps in women's health information and services, understand the future health needs of women, and inform and…
Let's talk about the unpaid work first! New research urges new parents to split household chores to avoid postnatal depression.
Breaking the taboo of talking about periods, Jean Hailes for Women's Health has released an innovative new animation that helps women of all ages and cultures understand what happens in their body.
We are constantly being reminded to eat well and pay attention to the kinds of foods we put into our bodies, but what about the skincare products and cosmetics we apply to our skin?
Women who started menstruating at a younger age may be at higher risk of gestational diabetes, according to a new study published in the journal Diabetes Care.
Find out how you can get your workplace involved in this fantastic online and on-the-ground event. All the action is taking place from 5-9 September.
What's the secret of women who manage to stick to a healthy weight? A new study reveals all – and the good news is that it's not about torturous diets or hours at the gym.