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In this Medical Observer article, interventional radiologist and scientific convenor Associate Professor Stuart Lyon discusses the increasing popularity of conservative alternatives to hysterectomies.
In this ‘Talking Women’ article for Medical Observer, Certified mindfulness trainer and consultant Peter Muizulis discusses mindfulness as a tool for improving health and the evidence that supports it, despite it sometimes appearing to be a fad.
In this ‘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 Medical Observer article, Jean Hailes pelvic floor physiotherapist Janetta Webb, explains why some women need help to release their pelvic floor muscles, not strengthen them.
In this 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.
In this Medical Observer article, Jean Hailes Head of Translation, Education & Communication, Dr Helen Brown, provides practical advice on helping unmotivated patients change their lifestyle.
Perimenopause can be a time of hormonal fluctuations, but there are positive ways to find relief.
Learn what to expect inside the clinics of allied health practices that help rehabilitate pelvic floor muscles and treat hormonal conditions.
The stigma around STIs means many people are afraid to talk about them. But with a bit of knowledge, STIs don’t have to be a problem.
Painting your diet red isn’t a health fad. It can potentially reduce chronic disease.
In this Medical Observer article, Jean Hailes gynaecologist Dr Janine Manwaring explains the steps involved that ensures a thorough investigation of menorrhagia.
Jean Hailes Medical Director, Dr Elizabeth Farrell explores the latest findings in female cardiac health.
Professor Martin Delatycki explains fragile X syndrome and the health impacts for women.
Royal Children’s Hospital Gynaecologist, Dr Melissa Cameron suggests practical ways for practitioners to build trust and engage with adolescent patients.
Dr Terri Foran discusses IUDs as an effective, long acting reversible contraception (LARC).
They may be small but they offer a surprising number of big health benefits.
Learn what to expect inside the clinics of allied health practices that help keep your body fit and strong.
Women living in rural areas have a range of healthcare disadvantages compared to women in urban areas.
Salt, sugar and sitting and their impact on our health.
Women are their own worst enemies when it comes to how they see themselves. But there are ways to make positive changes.