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Useful Links

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. A great source of evidence-based information, resources and treatment (Melbourne-based) for a wide range of women’s health issues. Jean Hailes is named after the doctor who started the first dedicated menopause clinic in Australia.

Australasian Menopause Society. Concise information based on the latest international studies. Their Information Sheets on a huge range of menopause related topics are particularly helpful, and you can search for doctors Australia-wide with a special interest in treating menopausal symptoms.

Meno Martha. A wonderful Blog featuring regular articles from well researched Australian and international sources.

Osteoporosis Australia. Information resources and links about all things related to bone health, osteoporosis prevention and treatment.

Continence Foundation Australia. Take a virtual tour of your pelvic floor, find resources and factsheets about pelvic floor and continence issues.

Heart Foundation Australia. Find out all about heart health and cardiovascular disease, as well as how to minimise your risk factors.

Cancer Council. This is their Breast Cancer page, but also has links to resources about a range of different cancers.

Breast Cancer risk assessment tool (iPrevent). Calculate your individual risk level for breast cancer based on genetic and lifestyle factors.

Guidelines on management of the menopause. Guidance for medical practitioners about standards of menopause care from the Royal Australasian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG).

Food and Mood Centre (Diet and Mental Health). The latest evidence and information about how diet effects your physical and mental health.

Sleep Health Foundation. Information and resources for the sleep-deprived and those who care for them, as well as advocacy for healthy sleep.

The Hot Flush (Podcast). An irreverently funny and informative weekly discussion about daily life as a perimenopausal woman in Australia (warning: you will hear swear-words!)