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The Jean Hailes podcast

Aug 23, 2022

Tina McCarthy is a wonderful reminder that you don’t have to be a triathlete to be healthy. In 2012, she founded Wheel Women, a cycling group run by women, for women. The Australian organisation teaches women how to ride, and how to ride better, and their message is simple: Bike riding is fun, relaxing, and good for...

Aug 23, 2022

Shelley Ware chats to CEO of PANDA Julie Borninkhof about anxiety and depression in new and expecting mums and dads. What does it feel like and how do you spot the signs?

You can find more information about Perinatal Mental health, including anxiety and depression, via PANDA's website:

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Aug 23, 2022

For Anna Nunn, the past few years have been brutal. In 2020, Anna was pregnant with her second child when she was diagnosed with cancer. Living on a remote cattle station hundreds of k’s from the nearest hospital, she had to overcome a series of obstacles to simply survive.

Host: Shelley Ware

Producer: May...

Aug 23, 2022

Janet Michelmore, AO, is the daughter of the late Dr Jean Hailes. She’s also the CEO of Jean Hailes for Women’s Health, which was founded in her mother’s honour. In Jean Hailes’ 30th year, we take a trip down memory lane and celebrate the pioneering work of Dr Hailes, who established Australia’s first...

Aug 23, 2022

Women’s health physio Heba Shaheed confronts the issues we’re too embarrassed to talk about – painful sex, constipation, period pain, bladder leakage and endometriosis. Heba argues that too often treatments, such as pelvic physiotherapy, are overlooked or unknown to women. Yet, they can be life-changing.

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