Delivered to your inbox every week. Email* PhoneThis 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 Victoria resumes IVF treatments after fierce backlash IVF procedures are set to resume in Victoria following a short campaign by advocates who called on the government to reconsider its position. Women’s Health News Baby, at what cost? We can’t blame women for low fertility rates A recently released federal Government report has indicated that Australian birth-rates are at an all-time low. Health Pregnant women still at risk from COVID-19 A growing body of research shows that pregnant women are at increased risk of severe disease if they become infected with COVID. News & Views TGA makes decision not to allow contraceptive pill to be sold over the counter The TGA has made a final decision not to allow the contraceptive pill to be sold over the counter at pharmacies. Life ‘Wear the fkn singlet’: Em Rusciano serves up the Summer advice we all need Comedian Em Rusciano has dished up the festive reality check we all need right now– nothing to do with achieving the “best beach booty”. News & Views ‘Brain fog’ during menopause is real – it can disrupt women’s work and spark dementia fears Just over 60% of women report cognitive difficulties during their menopause transition, writes Caroline Gurvich, Chen Zhu, and Shalini Arunogiri. News & Views Bumble dating app up against tradition in ’empowering’ women mission New Monash research has found that Bumble does not actually empower women as well as it claims. Health Birth and the rise of interventions in Australia A report into Mothers and Babies show that interventions in birth in Australia are rising sharply, but despite this, babies are dying at a similar rate. Women’s Health News Instagram and the mental load of fitness and exercise for women How much fitness is enough? When does a relationship with exercise move to extreme levels? And what role does Instagram play? News & Views The burnout of small business owners and how to reboot in the new year How can small business owners recalibrate after an exhausting couple of years? Here’s how to overcome the burnout. 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.