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“As much as there’s pressure after you have the baby to ‘bounce back’, there’s also pressure to feel and be a certain way when you’re pregnant,” she adds. bit.ly/37uTka0
1 in 5 (18%) Australian women have had to adjust their work life to deal with the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, sweating, sleeplessness, mood swings, irritability, mild anxiety and joint pain. womenshealth.com.au/menopause-leav…
In being so open with her fans, she hopes to build a community that isn’t afraid to tackle such topics and that they can draw on one another’s strength during these difficult times. womenshealth.com.au/whitney-port-o…
“I was so scared of seeing him in my nightmares that I forgot about seeing him in my dreams.” womenshealth.com.au/chrissy-teigen…
The sweet health promises of juice cleanses have proven to be anything but. So why is this debunked diet method back on our social feeds? The experts remind us of the dangers. womenshealth.com.au/want-to-do-a-j…
If you’ve used an app to replace Hermione Granger’s face with your know-it-all mate’s, you’ve experimented with deepfakes. But what happens when it goes beyond fun? A writer reveals her torment. womenshealth.com.au/i-was-a-victim…
As more people have shared their experiences of such a thing on social media, it’s become clear that the feeling is often triggered in an instant, by witnessing some kind of turn off. womenshealth.com.au/experiencing-t…
Research says reduced mortality is linked to 7000 steps per day, regardless of intensity. womenshealth.com.au/is-7000-steps-…
In a groundbreaking moment for the sport, flexible uniform options have been unveiled, allowing players to chose a uniform that feels comfortable and in keeping with their gender identity and cultural background. womenshealth.com.au/netball-nsw-un…
“We know the size of the house a woman is fleeing doesn’t matter. Often she bundles the kids into the car, maybe the dog too and they leave with nothing more than the clothes on their backs.” womenshealth.com.au/women-fleeing-…
If you’ve seen a littering of red flags on Twitter and wondered what’s going on, you’re not alone. But this is one trend we can all get onboard with, as people share the signs they wish they’d known to avoid in relationships and dating. womenshealth.com.au/people-are-sha…
Ladies, let’s face it. We all love to look good and we love to work out. And when we can, we love to look good while working out. Thankfully Reebok and fashion-Queen Victoria Beckham have this in mind and have us covered. womenshealth.com.au/i-tried-victor…
“For better, for worse, we’re very transparent with each other. I think that’s why we can trust each other so much, because it’s a very 3D human relationship,” she said. womenshealth.com.au/camila-cabello…
Unlike any black tight I’ve ever worn before, these practically repel fur. Usually, the long strands get weaved into the thread, but the Emamaco fabric has a sleek finish that allows pet hair to glide right off with a quick swipe of your hand. womenshealth.com.au/if-you-own-a-p…
If the thought of meditating has you questioning your “zen” or ability to sit still, think again. Thanks to the new addition of meditation to Apple Fitness+, the platform affirms there’s no wrong way to meditate with beginner-friendly workouts. womenshealth.com.au/new-to-meditat…
Want to feel happier, healthier and more empowered, every single day? Then you’ve come to the right place! womenshealth.com.au/how-to-listen-…
“For their families, to their credit they allowed their children to go knowing that it’s for a better life and for me, that breaks my heart, but at the same time, it just shows the desperation. It was a pretty emotional roller-coaster.” womenshealth.com.au/afghan-female-…
After going grey in her teens, Kristen decided to rewrite the rules that have long defined society’s beauty ideals and instead embraced her grey roots. womenshealth.com.au/meet-the-insta…
Ashley Graham is going to be a mum of three! Just two months after revealing her second pregnancy on social media, the model announced that she and husband Justin Ervin are actually expecting twins with an incredibly precious video on Instagram. womenshealth.com.au/watch-the-mome…
“I just wrote a little something for writers,” said Coel as she accepted her award. “Write the tale that scares you, that makes you feel uncertain, that isn’t comfortable. I dare you." womenshealth.com.au/michaela-coel-…
Along with a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus), Schumer also had her appendix removed due to the presence of endometrial lesions. “He removed my appendix because the endometriosis had attacked it,” said Schumer. womenshealth.com.au/amy-schumer-is…
How well do you know your ABCs when it comes to vitamins A, B and C? Take our quiz to upgrade your foodie brain – and boost your energy, workouts and wellbeing while you’re at it, too. womenshealth.com.au/upgrade-your-f…
Forget popping painkillers and hugging a hot water bottle, there’s now a device that claims to ‘switch off’ menstrual cramps. But can it really bring relief? womenshealth.com.au/wearable-tech-…
“We have the resources in our own backyard to be a world leader in this field and, as a sporting nation, we’re used to performing on the world stage. It’s time we harness that to focus on strong climate action.” menshealth.com.au/david-pocock-l…
Any doubts Rozario may have had about never making it to the top of the podium were squashed when she cruised to victory in the women’s T53 800m final. womenshealth.com.au/aussie-track-a…
Australian Olympic athletes receive a $20,000 cash prize from Australia’s Olympic Committee if they win a gold medal in their respective event. In contrast, Paralympians who win gold receive nothing. womenshealth.com.au/olympians-who-…
We asked Sophia Obole, Australian and Ghanian dancer, what it really takes to become a professional dancer. womenshealth.com.au/the-diet-and-t…
“When I go out and take a push, it’s like going for a walk, you know,” says Fearnley in the episode. “I’m in my day chair right now. The day chair is a separate wheelchair, it’s the thing you think of as your walking leg.” menshealth.com.au/join-paralympi…
A new ruling could see animal testing for cosmetics allowed in the UK for the first time since 1998. With consumers driving demand, we’ve rounded-up some of our favourite cruelty-free brands so we can keep striving towards an ethical beauty industry. womenshealth.com.au/animal-testing…
The diagnosis comes more than a decade after Applegate was diagnosed with breast cancer for which she underwent a bilateral mastectomy. womenshealth.com.au/christina-appl…
"By doing The 1:1 Diet together, we were able to support each other through various temptations and motivated each other. It was a lifestyle change that we needed to have for ourselves and our child." womenshealth.com.au/this-couple-lo…
Menstruation plays a pretty significant role in a woman’s life – in fact, when you think about it, the very existence of humanity depends on Aunt Flo coming to visit. Yet despite this, most women dread the arrival of their period. womenshealth.com.au/7-ways-to-bett…
Claiming to be the ultimate solution to smooth stray strands without extreme heat, the attachment harnesses the Coanda effect, that, using air flow, attracts and lifts longer hairs to the front, while pushing flyaways through the tress and out of sight. womenshealth.com.au/dyson-hair-dry…
The veteran Olympian won her first individual medal at a Games with a bronze in the women’s 10-metre platform. Here's our round-up of the key moments over the last 24 hours in Tokyo. womenshealth.com.au/tokyo-2020-oly…
Under Phase B, Australia will strive to minimise serious illness, hospitalisations and fatalities as a result of COVID-19 with "low-level restrictions" - the exact definition of which is not clear. womenshealth.com.au/what-happens-w…
With not much else to do but enjoy some of the absolutely brilliant shows dropping at the moment, we've compiled our list of favourites womenshealth.com.au/10-shows-every…
“Women should not be made to feel self-conscious about what they are wearing when competing but should feel comfortable and at ease.” womenshealth.com.au/paralympian-ol…
“Yesterday was literally one of the hardest decisions of my life. But it had been coming. I’ve been having breakdowns in the carpark at Whole Foods. Non-stop panic attacks. Hyperventilating." womenshealth.com.au/everything-you…
In a recent episode of Vogue’s “What’s In My Bag?”, Margot Robbie pulled out the chic product from her purse. Not surprisingly, everyone wanted to know about the product which received Australia’s own Golden Girl’s tick of approval. womenshealth.com.au/the-hand-cream…
“You’ll see how much I really have to eat and have to really force down during this time when I’m training and my body needs a lot of energy,” said Toomey. womenshealth.com.au/tia-clair-toom…
The world No. 1 will only have a few days to collect her thoughts on Wimbledon before doubling down and heading to Tokyo for her chance to become the first Australian player to win a singles gold medal in tennis. womenshealth.com.au/with-her-histo…
Over the past 10 years, Jessica has claimed 26 World Cup titles, seven World Championships, and two medals at the Olympics, making her the greatest canoe slalom athlete of all time. womenshealth.com.au/how-jess-fox-i…
Not only will this member of surfing royalty be making her Olympic debut in Tokyo, her sport will be too. The three-time ISA World Surfing Games champion and role model says, "It’s a whole new landscape from where [she] started in sport." womenshealth.com.au/sally-fitzgibb…
While you can’t help but think it a little sad that a story of a strong woman choosing to raise a child alone should cause such a stir, the fact is that for many, prevailing social expectations continue to obscure the choice to do so. womenshealth.com.au/amber-heard-is…
The 26-year-old has been described as “the best women’s rugby sevens player on the planet”, winning a historic gold medal in 2016 with the Australian team in the first ever Olympic rugby sevens contest. She’s going for the double. womenshealth.com.au/charlotte-casl…
Ezi Magbegor vividly remembers a schoolmate telling her she couldn’t play basketball as a job. Then, at 15, she was offered a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra. womenshealth.com.au/basketball-s-r…
The athlete talks prepping for Tokyo for her Women's Health digital cover. womenshealth.com.au/how-madison-de…
She was a gold medal favourite for Tokyo. But after Richarson returned a positive doping test at the US Olympic trials, the sprinter is now facing a one-month suspension and will miss out on the Olympics. womenshealth.com.au/the-world-reac…
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