Research shows us that cancer treatment in women can cause increases in sexual dysfunction in both cervical and breast cancer treatment. Unfortunately, many cancer patients feel ashamed when dealing with sexual dysfunction, stopping them from finding help.
You may not realise it, but prostate cancer impacts more people than you’d think. Around 1 in 5 Australian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point in their lives, with 21,800 men diagnosed in Australia annually.
We all know that sports like cycling and swimming can do wonders for cardio fitness, addressing health concerns, and preventing issues like heart disease. But what exercises exist out there to help us improve the health of our bones?
A woman’s postnatal body can be a difficult thing to navigate. This body is no worse or better than the body you had before pregnancy – it is simply changed