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Community, Respect and Equality

Women’s Health in partnership with Chrysalis Support Services will be working together on a new project called ‘Community, Respect and Equality’ – Midwest Action plan to build safer communities for women. We have received funding to roll out a communit …

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Improve Heart Health

Most of us know the National Health and Medical Research Council’s (NHMRC) recommendations that adults eat a minimum of 2 serves of fruit and 5 serves of vegetables a day to ensure good nutrition and health.  The latest Australian Health Survey: First …

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Empowering Adolescent Girls

Recently, Women’s Health showed the film “He named me Malala” to raise awareness of education for girls and the denial of this basic human right in many countries around the world.  Worldwide, 62 million adolescent girls are not in school and 250 milli …

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Improve Your Bottom Line

One in four Australians is incontinent, and contrary to popular belief, they aren’t all elderly. In fact, those most at risk are pregnant women, men with prostate disease, women who’ve had babies, overweight people and elite athletes. Certain condition …

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