This issue looks at pelvic pain, hormones and fatigue, alcohol, gut health and more. Plus, there's 'Ask Dr Jean' and a new recipes from Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella.
Seeds are one of the easiest, cheapest and most versatile ways to add nutrition to a meal. They may be among nature's tiniest morsels, but seeds are the big stars of nutrition.
In a world-first study, the researchers not only identified three clear paths a woman's mental health can take from the age of 70, but what factors could support, improve, or jeopardise it.
We've always been told that snacking, when done correctly, is a healthy eating habit to incorporate into our everyday routines. However, when does snacking instead turn into grazing?
Breaking unhelpful habits – or making good ones stick – is basically a form of what is known as behaviour change. You can create new habits and patterns, it's just about knowing how.…
It can be hard to know what's normal regarding your period, but women don't have to put up with heavy bleeding. Here's what to know and what you can do...
The latest Jean Hailes national Magazine is available now, featuring a range of health articles relevant to women at every life stage. In this issue we explore perimenopause and how to manage the change before 'The…
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?