This month at Jean Hailes, the focus is on healthy eating. Nelly Thomas reminds us to keep things simple – because it's not just the grown-ups who are getting confused about food.
On this week's episode of Life & Other Catastrophes, Jean Hailes' Professor Jane Fisher and ABC Melbourne's Rafael Epstein discuss online tracking.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is pleased to announce the Founder and CEO of Fernwood Fitness, Diana Williams, as a 2017 Women's Health Week Ambassador.
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: '5 foods to nourish your gut bacteria' and 'What to eat this winter'.
On this week's episode of Life & Other Catastrophes, Jean Hailes' Professor Jane Fisher and ABC Melbourne's Rafael Epstein discuss office affairs.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is pleased to announce a Major Community Partnership with Aspire Outdoor and She Went Wild to present the inaugural Women's Adventure Film Tour as part of the 2017 Women's Health Week campaign.
If the colder weather has you thinking non-stop about food, why not focus on the seasonal foods that are actually good for you, instead of reaching for unhealthy choices?
Research suggests that reducing or completely cutting out caffeinated drinks from the diet, or choosing decaffeinated options, can greatly reduce symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB).
In the latest 'Talking Women' article for Medical Observer, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Jean Hailes research assistant Stephanie Pirotta explains the importance of good nutrition before and after conception and how it affects a woman's reproductive health and the health of her baby.
In this Marie Claire article, Jean Hailes Medical Director and gynaecologist Dr Elizabeth Farrell discusses adenomyosis, a condition of the uterus that impacts around twenty percent of women before the age of 40.