Jean Hailes has released the results of our annual women's health survey launch and it was a huge success. We reached millions of Australians through newspaper, television and online news stories
Jean Hailes talked to thousands of women across Australia to find out their greatest health fears and concerns.
Jean Hailes launches the Women's Health Survey 2016 offering unique insights into women's health across the nation.
Women's Health Week: no more elephants in the room! Over 21,000 women are participating in more than 500 events all over Australia – are you covering your community?
When it comes to health, every woman has an elephant in the room. Women can be good talkers, but when it comes to health they often don't take the time to ask questions, seek out credible information and work out a sound plan of action. So it's time to start talking.
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 is "Food for thought" and includes articles on optimism and the best snacks for brain health.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health has a volunteer position available: Data Entry Volunteer (temporary, based in Clayton, VIC).
Did you know that of all the organs in your body, it's your brain that uses the most energy? That's why it's important to feed your brain steady and nutritious fuel throughout the day.
Being overweight, eating processed meat and drinking too much alcohol are three factors that increase the risk of developing stomach cancer, according to a new study published by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund.
A new study has found that one in six Australian adults – mostly women – are choosing to avoid milk and dairy foods, and are doing so without medical diagnosis.