Jean Hailes for Women's Health is excited to announce Optus as the 2018 National Women's Health Survey Partner. This is the second year Optus has been involved with Women's Health Week.
On this week's episode of Life & Other Catastrophes, Jean Hailes Professor Jane Fisher and ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein discuss hating your friends partner.
Women of all ages and backgrounds can have their health questions answered on a wide range of topics at "Women's Stuff," a free event being held in both Ballarat and Geelong in May.
When you learn you may have a medical condition, there's often a new lingo or some tricky terminology to learn along with it.
The way to a long and healthy life – for you and your generations to come.
When it comes to bowel health, it's no time to be timid. Here's how to stay healthy with just a few simple steps.
Cutting down on kilojoules to lose weight can be challenging. A new approach calls on the centuries-old practice of fasting. But is it healthy?
What you eat can affect your brain as much as your body.
Complex health conditions have many layers. Often the focus is on the diagnosis and treatment of a person's physical symptoms, but many complex conditions can also impact mental and emotional wellbeing.
The latest Jean Hailes Magazine is available now, featuring a range of health articles relevant to women at every life stage.