When should I have a pap smear? 1 min read
Q: When should my daughter start having a pap smear test? Some people have told me only after she has become sexually active while others have said when she hits puberty.
Do milk teeth matter? 1 min read
Q: People say I don’t have to pay as much attention to my child’s milk teeth because they’re going to fall out anyway. Is this true?
Does my baby have reflux? 1 min read
Q: My normally happy baby is crying and quite fussy lately and I’ve had a friend suggest to me that she may be suffering from reflux. What is that?
Bibs & bobs — 2 June 2019 1 min read
Green space for good mental health | Cure for leukaemia? | Solving children’s sleep problems
The side effects of prolactin-reducing medication 1 min read
Q: I am on prolactin-reducing medication. Its long-term use has caused my skin to change to an unhealthy-looking dull and dark colour. Is there something I can do to help maintain my skin colour?
From crazy to pathological: the insidious disease that is only beginning to get the recognition it deserves 7 min read
"Because it’s a woman’s disease, we just get told that it’s normal and put up with it."
The scientific reason behind period pain 1 min read
Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Bevan Brown explores the reasons why you may struggling to conceive or experience period pain.
What you may not know about eczema 2 min read
My physical and emotional struggles managing my son’s severe eczema.
Why your period is no longer the same 1 min read
Q: My period hasn’t been the same since I had my baby. It used to last for almost a week, but it now only goes for four or five days. Is this normal?
Diabetes symptoms and management 1 min read
Diabetes is a diagnosis that doesn't discriminate—both adults and children can get it. Endocrinologist Dr Katherine Benson has the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.