University of Melbourne Professor Anne Kavanagh shares how changes in her own life led her to challenge perceptions of disability in society.
What’s killing women?
Population health researcher Professor Cassandra Szoeke outlines what ails women as they grow older, and how men differ from women in age-related diseases.
The unhealthy habits killing Australian women
A University of Melbourne study finds over 70% of Australian women don't eat healthily and don't exercise, putting them at risk of heart disease and dementia.
Emerging voices: Family violence in immigrant and refugee communities
Abusers use cultural and physical isolation to stop immigrant and refugee women seeking help, a study of family violence survivors from 20 countries shows.
Stepping up to the challenge of domestic violence
Professor Kelsey Hegarty is working closely with health practitioners to recognise domestic violence as a health issue, so they can intervene and help
Raising our voice against domestic violence
A global campaign and the power of a survivor's voice pushed domestic violence, once silent and hidden, into the public space surprising even experts.
Acupuncture treats hot flushes – but there’s a catch
A study of acupuncture treatments for women suffering hot flushes has found they do have benefits, but both the fake and real treatments were equally effective.
Will the new global goals do it for women?
With 2015 heralding a new era of global health and social equity targets, the Nossal Institute for Global health is asking what's in it for women.
Why do women suffer nausea during pregnancy?
What causes morning sickness, and what can be done about it?