Is It Time To Burn The Bra?

by   If you’re one of those women who reaches to unclip your bra clasp as soon as you arrive home, chances are the isolation COVID-19 brought with it was welcome relief for you. In a world where no one can tell […]

Eating Disorders: Early Warning Signs Identified

by   Eating disorders and disordered eating together are estimated to affect over 16% of the Australian population. These disorders predominantly affect vulnerable women, but men can develop them too, and most people are diagnosed during adolescence and early adulthood. Early diagnosis and […]

Is Your Mask Up To Standard?

by As people in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire prepare for it to become mandatory to wear face masks in public from 11:59pm today, two key issues are emerging that have particular relevance for the retail sector. One is around the enforcement of […]

Immune System Support Starts In The Gut 

by   At this time of year, it is no surprise that many of us re-entering society post lockdown are thinking about how we can best support our immune system right now.  A recent study commissioned by global bioscience company Chr. Hansen […]

The Toxic Cost Of Wood-Fired Heaters

by   THE CONVERSATION  By Peter Irga, Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer in Air and Noise Pollution, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Technology Sydney; Brian Oliver, Research Leader in Respiratory cellular and molecular biology at the Woolcock Institute […]

The Breast Protection

by   A lack of education and appropriate chest protection is leading to a growing injury problem in women’s contact sport, according to as new university study. New research out of the University of Wollongong has found 48 per cent of respondents […]

Oops! Just Did A Wee…

by   Have you ever sneezed, coughed or laughed and a little, or a lot, of wee comes out? Well 1 in 3 Australian women admit to experiencing bladder leaks which can be socially debilitating. More than 40% of women use fem […]

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