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Feeling The Pain: How To Tackle Period Pain

Period pain is such a common health complaint, often shrugged off as just part of being a female. Most women have their own go-to treatment when they feel that first sign or twinge of pain, but from time to time it’s important to assess all your management options, to ensure you’re getting the best, safest and most effective treatment for you. More...

Endometriosis and fertility

Endometriosis affects up to 10 per cent of women of child-bearing age. For some women, the most distressing symptom is reduced fertility - having endometriosis can make it difficult to get pregnant. More...

Olivia Breast Self-Exam Aid

Olivia Newton-John has partnered with Curves to distribute the Olivia Breast Self-Exam Aid to 1 million woman. More...

When UTI Symptoms Signal Something More Serious

An urgent need to urinate. A burning sensation when you do. Blood in your urine. All are common symptoms of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) - but they could also signal something more serious. More...

Dr Sharon English World Continence Week Interview

Incontinence affects 1 in 4 people over the age of 15 and can seriously affect quality of life. More...

Bladder Weakness More Common Than Hay Fever

Australian females view Bladder Weakness as the ‘little problem they don’t have’ however it’s more common than hay fever. More...

Five Ways to Balance Hormones

When you balance your hormones you can improve your sleep, gain better energy and have less moods swings. In this article Dr Rebecca Harwin discusses three gentle forms of exercise that really help improve energy levels. More...

Belinda Reynolds How To Manage UTI’s Naturally Interview

About 25% of women experience recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), with almost 95% being caused by Escherichia coli. UltraBiotic Urinary Care is an evidence-based formula to help combat pathogenic bacteria and promote a healthy urinary tract. More...



Mammogram Technology

On Pink Ribbon Day, the Federal Government is being urged to let better technology prevent more deaths from breast cancer. Better technology should be made accessible to reduce breast cancer deaths! More...

Things To Tell Your Daughter, Or Ask Your Mother, About Women’s Health

As a woman, knowing some key things about your mother’s life journey can give you an idea of what to expect and what to keep an eye on. More...

Incontinence: A Problem in Anyone’s Language

Did you know that one in three women who have ever had a baby will experience some form of incontinence? More...

Time For Reflection Is Great For Mental Health

In a recent online poll during the inaugural Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week asking ‘How do you take time out for yourself?’ 20% of respondents said that this was difficult for them and that they needed to get better at taking time out for themselves. More...

A Pap Test Every Two Years Until the Age of 70

For many women in Australia, having two-yearly Pap tests is just part of life. Unfortunately however, around 40% of Australian women don’t participate as regularly as recommended, thereby increasing their risk of cervical cancer. More...

Soodox for Women

It may assist in the temporary relief of period pain, and joint discomfort. Soodox for Women has a non-greasy texture, a light lavender scent, and no overwhelming sensation of heat that you may find with other creams and gels. More...

Breast Cancer Treatment Impacts Patients’ Sex Drives

Almost three quarters of Australian women diagnosed with breast cancer will experience a downturn in their sex lives, according to the Bupa Health Foundation. More...

Menopause Does Not Protect Women From Cervical Cancer

The best way to detect HPV is by having regular Pap tests, even if you are no longer sexually active. More...

Breast Health Decision Question and Answers

This article runs through the questions you may ask, the answers your doctor or specialist may provide you in regards to breast health and why you should make your own breast health decisions. More...

Do You Really Know What Is Going On Down There?

Did you know almost two-thirds of women in one study who had an irritation ‘down there’ wrongly diagnosed themselves with thrush? Now that we have your attention, very few women are aware that an imbalance in vaginal pH may really be the cause of the problem. More...

Do You Know Your Breasts?

Many women visiting Safe Breast Imaging confess they don’t have an understanding of their breasts. Some don’t touch their breasts, others know they are lumpy but have no idea what is normal or not. More...

Dr. Stan Goldstein Sexual Health Choices Interview

Young women in Australia should be on high alert about the state of their sexual health. New research has confirmed that young Australians are dangerously misinformed about sexual health often confusing fact with fiction. For example, half of the survey respondents believe that Pap tests can detect Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). More...

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