Video: Better Lifestyle Habits Following Breast Cancer
Managing lifestyle factors like body weight, exercise and diet following a breast cancer diagnosis can have important impact on prognosis and the likelihood of a tumour returning. In these clips from an Epworth Breast Service information session, specialists discuss making positive changes and how to forge them into new habits.
Lifestyle factors following breast cancer
First, Specialist Breast Surgeon Miss Jane O'Brien provides insight into how lifestyle factors affect prognosis and survivorship following a breast cancer diagnosis.
The importance of vitamin D in reducing breast cancer recurrence
Medical Oncologist Dr Richard De Boer explains why a regular dose of vitamin D is a key part of breast cancer rehabilitation, and how to make sure you're getting enough.
Making behaviour changes for the better
Major lifestyle changes can be easier said than done, and almost everyone struggles with forming new habits. General Practitioner Dr Bridie O'Donnell provides tips on how to successfully build positive new habits for the long term.
We caught up with Dr Kent Kuswanto, Epworth obstetrician and gynaecologist to talk all things periods.
Recipes brought to you by the Epworth team. You can’t stop at one slice and you’ll never know it’s gluten free! Slice & serve warm.
It’s been a year since we’ve been following sisters Alex and Jane’s bubs - Charlotte and Lola. It’s been a year since they both gave birth to their daughters, one at Epworth Freemasons and the other at Epworth Geelong. Let’s find out how life has changed since then.
An ovarian cyst is a fluid filled sac or pouch which forms on the ovary. Ovarian cysts, in most cases are harmless and resolve on their own. If the cyst is cancerous, it requires medical intervention. Ovarian cysts are common in women of childbearing age.
With 1 in 10 infants now developing a food allergy, being conscious of what you are buying and how you prepare food is more important than ever.