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Detecting and managing subclinical thyroid disorders is challenging in midlife women. In this article, Cynthia A. Stuenkel, Clinical Professor of Medicine at University of California, presents the research findings and identifies some handy practice points for Health Professionals.
Foods That Do Good is a website that provides health professionals with easy-to-access, holistic and evidence-based nutrition information that will help Australians understand how to work towards better health through a balanced diet. The site is curated by Dairy Australia with input from qualified health professionals.
Jean Hailes Medical Director, Dr Elizabeth Farrell explores the latest findings in female cardiac health.
The Heart Foundation website provides information on heart health, nutrition and a healthy lifestyle to improve cardiovacular disease prevention and care for all Australians.
This heart attack action plan is a great poster to have on display at work or at home. Produced by the Australian Heart Foundation, it details step-by-step the actions you should take if you suspect you are having a heart attack.
This is a informative fact sheet from the Australian Heart Foundation that can teach you how to recognise the warning signs of a heart attack.
The latest Jean Hailes Magazine features these articles:
Heart of the matter: why cardiovascular disease needs to be on your health radar
Not just hot air: why and how legumes can be a part of your everyday diet
Managing menopause: don’t let symptoms reduce your quality of life
Plus, three new delicious recipes from Jean Hailes naturopath Sandra Villella
In the latest ‘Talking Women’ article for Medical Observer, Associate Professor Lynne Pressley discusses how many women are unaware of the risk of cardiovascular disease and how to beat it.
This recipe is a gluten-free, family-friendly way to include more colourful, antioxidant-rich vegetables in your diet.
The Australian population is ageing, with the proportion of those over 65 years expected to double to around 25% over the next 40 years. ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) is the largest primary prevention clinical trial conducted in Australia.
Double jeopardy: Women underestimate heart risk and doctors may miss an atypical presentation.
This delicious Mediterranean-inspired soup is a bowlful of goodness for both your heart and soul.
Heart disease can look very different in women to men. In this video, hear about a real-life account of a heart attack from a woman who has lived through it.