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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.
A muesli slice packed with ingredients that help to lower cholesterol and a delicious way to incorporate psyllium husks into a healthy snack.
Get the goodness of protein and phytoestrogen-rich tofu in a muffin.
Dr Pradeep Jayasura provides the latest information on iron deficiency treatment and management.
These delicious high-fibre balls will satisfy the chocolate craving, with the warming spice of ginger, and good oils, that won’t fuel the fire of inflammation .
Deputy CEO of Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, Dr Mandy Deeks discusses grief and loss on 3AW.
Professor Peter Ebeling, Medical Director at Osteoperosis Australia, highlights the importance of preserving bone health and minimising the risk of osteoperosis.
The latest Jean Hailes Magazine features these hot topics and evidence-based articles:
Body image – How the way you see yourself affects your health
The good news on nuts – How a handful a day can keep disease at bay
The 3Ss – The dangers of salt, sitting and sugar
What happens when you visit an osteopath? – Learn about the pros who keep your body fit and strong
Plus a wholesome snack recipe of Cranberry oat granola cookies
These tasty wheat free cookies are a great healthy snack to satisfy your sweet tooth.
This bone health self-assessment tool is designed to help all adults (but especially those over 50) understand their risk of bone fracture. It is an online questionnaire that provides a simple report you can take to your doctor for further review if needed.