Jean Hailes for Women's Health has teamed up with Dairy Australia to produce resources that equip health professionals with evidence-based nutrition information to share with their patients and clients.
In a recent article for The Age, Jean Hailes for Women's Health Endocrinologist Dr Rosie Worsley speaks about science's latest discovery on the cause of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
In a recent article for Yours Magazine, Jean Hailes for Women's Health psychologist Dr Mandy Deeks teaches you how to create an emotional first-aid kit to help you bounce back from painful feelings and negativity.
When Jean Hailes asked women what they wanted to know more about in a comprehensive health survey ahead of Women’s Health Week last year, 69% said that they knew either ‘nothing at all’, or ‘a little’ about, the effectiveness of natural therapies.
Jean Hailes GP, Dr Amanda Newman addresses the key issues to consider in a consultation on menopausal symptoms.
Women do need more sleep at night compared to men, a recent study concludes.
Listen to Jane Fisher, Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University, and 774 ABC's Raf Epstein, as they discuss Sibling Success - what happens when one sibling is substantially more successful in career and life in general than the other?
In a recent article for SBS News by Amal Awad, Jean Hailes endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison explains that heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in Australia, yet it is still regarded a typically male disease.