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25
Oct
2019
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25
Oct
2019

HEH Lunchtime Talk (Women's Wellness): Coping with Life’s changes and challenges

The midlife phase does not have to be a crisis. The good news is that you can choose to see the opportunities to craft a life from the inside out. Equip yourself with a midlife toolbox of mindful strategies for a healthy transition to achieve new heights at 50 and beyond.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Main Building, O & G Seminar Room, Level 6 (between Wards 61 & 63)
Free (Registration is required)
18
Oct
2019
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18
Oct
2019

HEH Lunchtime Talk (Women's Wellness): Top tips for ‘sailing through’ menopause and its transition

Menopause and its transition could be a stressor in a woman's life. While some women may have a smooth sailing process, others may be bothered by headaches, pains, insomnia, hot flushes, changes in mood and/or concentration, and vaginal and urinary symptoms that significantly affect their quality of life. This talk discusses what is normal, what to expect and tips on how to manage troublesome symptoms on your own with over the counter and prescribed options.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Main Building, O & G Seminar Room, Level 6 (between Wards 61 & 63)
Free (Registration is required)
11
Oct
2019
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11
Oct
2019

HEH Lunchtime Talk (Women's Wellness): What is breast screening and is it important after 50?

​To put you at ease for your next mammogram, learn about the need for timely mammography, and some of the common concerns and myths of mammography.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Main Building, O & G Seminar Room, Level 6 (between Wards 61 & 63)
Free (Registration is required)
4
Oct
2019
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4
Oct
2019

HEH Lunchtime Talk (Women's Wellness): Looking good & feeling great

Learn about the common skin changes with ageing and the recent advances in skin rejuvenation. Tips on how you can protect your skin to make it feel and look better will also be shared.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Main Building, O & G Seminar Room, Level 6 (between Wards 61 & 63)
Free (Registration is required)