Pap smears are changing. To learn more about what these changes will mean for you, join our free webinar: Pap smears, what next?
In this webinar, Lisa Peberdy, Cervical Clinical Nurse Consultant, Department of Health and Belinda Kippen, Education Team Leader at Women’s Health Queensland Wide will discuss the reasons for the changes to the National Cervical Screening Program and what that means for you or your practice.
In this issue of Health Journey we look at how to stick with an exercise routine, changes to the way we screen for cervical cancer, sunscreen truths and rhesus negative blood during pregnancy.
In this issue of Health Journey we look at staying healthy on holidays, painful bladder syndrome, sauces and their sugar content, and whether you need to take ibuprofen with food.
Watch our latest webinar on 'Motherhood: Mysteries, myths and misconceptions'. Hear from our experienced Midwives Belinda and Christine as they discuss these important topics.
Women’s Health Queensland Wide is excited to launch a new program designed to support professional women in planning for their pregnancies, birth and return to work.
In this issue of Health Journey we look at why we need to stop drinking soft drinks, the health impacts of losing a lifelong partner and why teenage girls are less active than boys. We also answer a question from a teenage girl who is concerned about the look of her labia and is contemplating cosmetic surgery.
In this issue of Health Journey we look at Mirena, the hormone releasing intra-uterine device (IUD); ten pregnancy symptoms that women might not expect,; grocery shopping on a budget; and whether a breastfeeding mum should go on a lactose free diet if her baby is unsettled.
Morayfield and Caboolture mums, dads, grandparents, friends and family are invited to the Morayfield Wellbeing Event being held as part of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month at the Caboolture Sports Club on 31 May 2016.
In this issue of Health Journey we look at processed meats, the middle-aged spread and how to avoid it, healthy relationships, and whether you need to use extra contraceptive precautions when taking antibiotics while on the Pill.
As mums sometimes it's the little things that can feel like achievements worth celebrating. As part of Qld Women's Week (7-13 March 2016), Women's Health ran a campaign on Facebook to celebrate the achievements of Qld women & girls. We are happy to announce the winner of our competition is Teresa Howard. Thank you for all those who entered the competition. We really loved reading all your entries and we hope our competition helped women appreciate their achievements, both big and small.
The campaign was funded by the Qld Government & supported by the YWCA Qld.