Delivered to your inbox every week. Email* CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Δ Supported by Charles Sturt University Women’s Health News All Women’s Health News Health Half of Australian women have experienced sexual harassment in their lifetime ABS study has found that half of women in Australia have experienced some sort of sexual harassment in their lifetime. News & Views Half of women over 35 who want a child don’t end up having one, or have fewer than they planned While most women who try for a baby will succeed, some won’t, and some will have fewer children than they had planned to have. News & Views Concerns mount in the US over the future of women’s rights to access abortion A series of anti-abortion legislation throughout America in 2022 may be inevitable, as rising the rising horror for women increases. Women’s Health News Just squeeze? How our pelvic floors got sidelined On the latest instalment of The Women’s Health Project, we delve into the pelvic floor to learn more about its essential role in supporting overall wellbeing. Employers Women face more stress at work because they are better than men at keeping deadlines says new study A new study from the US has revealed that women face more stress at work because they are better at keeping to deadlines than men. Women’s Health News Undiagnosed endometriosis decreases the rate of success for women undergoing assisted reproductive therapy Improving diagnosis is the key to improving assisted reproductive therapy (ART) success for women with endometriosis. Girls & COVID GPs issued new guidelines on recognising and supporting victims of domestic violence RACGP has released their latest edition of guidelines for health practitioners on ways to care for patients experiencing family violence. News & Views Endometriosis: Four years since Greg Hunt’s apology, what’s changed? Back in 2017, Greg Hunt issued a rare apology to Australian women. It sparked the beginning of a massive shift on endometriosis. News & Views Consent matters in healthcare. What to do if something feels wrong When seeing a registered health practitioner, you should expect to receive safe, professional and respectful care. Women’s Health News ‘I was told I would never walk again’: What it was like being a doctor on the other side of healthcare After a devastating accident that left her paraplegic, Dr Olivia Ong says it was her experience as a patient that made her a better doctor. Health 1 in 6 women lost their jobs due to endometriosis 1 in 3 women in Australia with endometriosis reported being passed over for promotion trying to manage endometriosis. Climate Men’s meat-based diets are responsible for 40 percent more emissions than women’s diets A new study shows male diet is responsible for 40 percent more climate-heating emissions than those of women’s diets. Appointments Ovarian cancer survivor Meghan Speers appointed new Chair of Ovarian Cancer Australia Ovarian Cancer Australia has appointed ovarian cancer survivor Meghan Speers in the top role, as Marina Go steps down. Women’s Health News Heavy, painful periods? 1 in 5 women suffer from this little known menstrual disease Experiencing heavy period pains? You might have Adenomyosis, a menstrual condition of the uterus that affects 1 in 5 women. Health The medical profession has a long history of sidelining patients’ consent After the recent HCCC prosecution of an ophthalmologist, Dr Kate Ahmad writes on the importance of medical consent. Health How cervical cancer became one the world could eliminate Cervical cancer is one area of women’s health where significant progress has been made. Now we just need the leadership to scale.