Jean Hailes Professor Jane Fisher and ABC's Raf Epstein discuss the expectations and pressure for parents to volunteer in their school community.
Jean Hailes Medical Director, Dr Elizabeth Farrell explores the latest findings in female cardiac health.
Thanks to funding from the Eirene Lucas Foundation, Jean Hailes is pleased to offer a unique opportunity for Victorian communities to invite a Jean Hailes speaker to present on women's health at an event they are organising in their local area.
We all know the guilty feeling of giving up a New Year's resolution halfway through January. Here is one healthy change for 2017 that isn't too difficult to get right. It doesn't involve running a marathon or starting a new fad diet. It's a simple step, but an important one that points you in the right direction to help prevent chronic disease and potentially an early death.
Exercise may be associated with small but significant improvements in the brain function of elderly people who have existing problems with memory and thinking, a newly published study has shown.
Given recent events in Melbourne, Professor Jane Fisher and ABC's Raf Epstein discuss how individuals deal with traumatic media coverage and the effect it has on our daily lives.
For the first episode of 2017, Professor Jane Fisher and Raf Epstein discuss the decisions and experiences of people disclosing illness to family and friends.
As reported in The Herald Sun, research led by the Jean Hailes Research Unit has found that only a fraction of women freezing their eggs for social reasons have used them to have a baby.