In an interview in today's Huffington Post, Dr Elizabeth Farrell, gynaecologist and medical director at Jean Hailes for Women's Health, talks about what every woman – and doctor – needs to know about the disease that affects more than half a million women in Australia.
Our free health articles cover a different women's health issue each month and may be reprinted in your organisation's newsletter, blog or website at no cost. This month's topic are: 'Breaking the worry cycle by being active' and 'Looking after you, looking after your baby'.
Do you have a separate account to your partner? Or do you receive an allowance from – or give an allowance to – your partner? How do you manage your finances as a couple?
On this week's Life & Other Catastrophes discussion, ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein and Jean Hailes Professor Jane Fisher discuss pet peeves and how to get over them.
Director of the Jean Hailes Research Unit, Professor Jane Fisher, has chaired a working committee responsible for a new report on the wellbeing of babies in pregnancy and their first 12 months.
ABC Melbourne's Raf Epstein and Jane Fisher, the Jean Hailes Professor at Monash University, discuss relationship sacrifices. What sacrifices have you made in a relationship? Was it worth it and at what cost?
When you're in the depths of worry or anxiety, it can be hard to focus on anything but your racing thoughts. You can feel stuck inside your head, inside a situation that won't let up… on a loop with no end in sight. So how do you break the cycle of worrying thoughts?
Research Fellow at the Jean Hailes Research Unit Dr Karen Wynter joins Penny Johnstone on ABC Melbourne's Babytalk to discuss whether some cases of anxiety could be misdiagnosed as postnatal depression.
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.