February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, so let's talk about the impact of exercise for preventing and managing ovarian cancer. What is Ovarian Cancer? Ovarian Cancer is the eighth most common type...

According to a recent survey, exercise is the number one priority for women of all ages wanting to improve their health. Despite this, less than half of all Australian women...

In 2011-12, over 2.3 million Australians aged 15 years and over reported to be on a diet to help lose weight or for another health reason. A majority of these...

As we progress through life, our body is challenged in different ways. Menopause is no different. So, how should you adapt your exercise for menopause? Australian women typically experience menopause between...

Congratulations, on your new baby! Congratulations on the sleep deprivation, the feeding, the nappy changes and your attempts at maintaining a respectable level of presentation. No wonder you’ve had zero...

What is female sexual dysfunction? Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) affects approximately 40% of women. It is defined by the various ways in which an individual is unable to participate in a...

The diagnosis of Breast Cancer brings challenges, lots of emotions, time off work, a new routine and a heap of side effects.   The last component of treatment that an individual...

As our lifestyles change and women have children at a later age the prevalence of Gestational Diabetes has risen. Currently 68 Australian women are diagnosed every day. There are many...