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'Me' was taken out a year ago on the operating table.
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New research is understanding what actually causes the condition.
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A doctor is urging people not to judge pregnant women and new mothers or monitor their parenting skills. Dr Aimee Grant, a researcher from Cardiff University's Centre for Trials Research said today...
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And slowly closing the health gap.
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Antenatal appointments, scans, and how to plan for baby's arrival.
It's a fact of life that people have body hair — women included. But regardless of this truth, females are still scrutinized if they aren't constantly waxed or shaved, while men can typically f...
Every woman is different, so explore all avenues first.
Advice for both singles and couples.
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It's a complex topic, but let's lay down the facts.
"I call it ‘trying not to blow up my life.’"
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome affects up to one in five Aussie women.
Preeclampsia kills 60,000 mothers each year.
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You need to know what it does to your body.
Fewer Pap smears, better results.
'I'd rather Google it than ask the doctor.'
And we need to talk about it.
If you thought the U.S. was bad, it's time to look in our own backyard.
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What they look like, plus how to treat (and avoid) them.
One very grateful man's salute to the women in his life.
Let’s talk about the cow's milk derivative 'casein.'
We need to take a different approach, because no two women are the same.
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A celebration of nasty women is coming.
‘Every month is a struggle.’
As more people turn to personalised medicine for answers, a molecular geneticist gets back to basics.
'Gift Box Organic' is the Aussie social enterprise giving back to women in need.
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And a special note to gym junkies.
It's time to get woke, bae.
It’s not what it looks like.