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7th September – 11th September 2020

Women’s Health Week is a nation-wide campaign of events and online activities – all centred on improving women’s health and helping you to make healthier choices.

Are you ready to unlock your own powers for good health?

Explore health tips, tools and information from each day and unlock your own powers for good health.

Below is an overview of what the week entails:

The wonders down-under

Welcome to Jean Hailes Womens Health Week.

We are kicking off the week talking about how to take care of your vagina, vulva, uterus and ovaries. These amazing body parts can impact your health in so many ways, so let’s learn more about these important female bodily parts.

Heartbeat heroes

This day will be all about the health of your heart and blood vessels. Join us as we unpack the importance of protecting your cardiovascular system and keep our hearts pumping with positive health.

The inside story

Your complete guide to bladder, gut and bowel health… from gut-nourishing foods and bathroom habits, to pelvic floor fitness and everything in between.

The heads up

There’s no doubt about it, 2020 has been a year of challenges and constant change. Learn how to manage anxiety, understand your sleep patterns, and uncover the foods and moves that can boost brain health.

Money matters

There are many ways to invest in your health, but on the final day of Women’s Health Week we are going to explore financial health, and what this has to do with your overall health.

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is Australia’s leading and most trusted women’s health organisation. Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving women’s health.

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This article is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and should not be relied on as health or personal advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.

Any advice in this publication is of a general nature only and has not been tailored to your personal circumstances. Please seek personal advice prior to acting on this information.