No longer satisfied with the status quo, the female designers of 'pleasure products' are reshaping an industry that once gave short shrift to the female anatomy.
There is a growing push for Australian workplaces to make it easier for women experiencing menopause to be comfortable at work. Advocates argue it's not just good for women, but for business too.
There are already bans in place in several countries after concerns linking a brand of implant and a rare type of lymphoma and doctors in Australia say they would back the Therapeutic Goods Administration if it decides to implement similar rules.
Too many women are body shamed while they are exercising and it prevents many from keeping healthy. What can be done? asks Caroline Zielinski.
In the digital age, casual sex and partners are available at the click of a button. So are dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and Grindr to blame for rapidly rising STI rates?
Australians with medical implants could soon have their devices tracked with a barcode system and smartphone apps under a new plan health authorities are calling the biggest shake-up in patient safety in 30 years.
Doctors across the country say there is a desperate need for the ongoing care of victims who have suffered trauma after domestic violence.
Cervical cancer kills a quarter of a million women worldwide every year. A self-collected HPV test may help to change that.
Australian working mums are increasingly asking their GPs for help to cut back on booze, doctors are reporting. Experts say it points to an alarming trend of the "mummy juice" wine culture going too far.
A topic often spoken about in hushed tones takes centre stage amid the glitz and glamour of the Academy Awards.