Matty Silver 12:15 AM Many Australian women are suffering from a condition that makes sex uncomfortable, if not impossible.
Sarah Berry They are powerful words that won't sit well with perfectionists.
Andrea Peterson Do you use the internet as an extension of your brain?
Amy Eisinger Living in a world where there's an overemphasis on being happy can actually have just the opposite effect.
Chloe Booker "I was terrified I would always be this way. The pill needs to come with a much higher warning."
Julie Power They nag parents and friends to keep themselves and their homes clean, smoke outside, buy healthier food and blow their noses properly.
Shelby Sebens No difference was found in the psychological, behavioral or educational outcomes of the children.
Claire Cohen Can't see the benefits of lying on a foam mat in a room that smells like feet, with your legs bent over your head? Claire Cohen's on your side.
Caitlin Dewey "I do believe the actions of Etsy are in fact, discriminatory toward Wiccan and Pagan faiths."
Nicky Phillips Or is it just that happy people have more sex?
Whether or not we agree with her birth choices, a woman's right to autonomy should remain unequivocally.
Rachel Feltman Believe it or not, there is actually some science behind the cringe.
Sian Prior Engaging in chit-chat with strangers is a peculiar form of torture for shy people, writes Sian Prior. But there is a solution.
Margaret Scheikowski It's long been known that women with endometriosis have difficulties getting pregnant.
Sarah Oakes Absorbent, stain-free underwear? It's the kind of innovation that would have been prioritised decades ago if men menstruated too.
Belinda Merhab "The increased risk of death in indigenous mothers remains a major concern."
Clementine Ford Clementine Ford knows a thing or two about how to handle (and ignore) trolls.
Heidi Stevens A new study found programs that discussed gender balance within relationships were five times more effective.
Sarah Berry It's a taxable "luxury" item or "a wad of dry f---ucking cotton", depending on who you ask.
Using the bedroom as a work space makes it harder to unwind.
Sarah Berry A simple breathing breath technique that can switch off the stress response and settle us into sleep.
Rachel Feltman By having subjects go through a bias-diminishing exercise just before taking a nap, researchers were able to lower their biases up to a week after the fact.
A hit of caffeine could perk up more than just your energy levels.
Amy Corderoy Researchers have discovered we are all basically desperate, vain jerks.
Only children rule
Paul Chai New studies show they are the way of the future, FYI.
Flip The Bird
Jane Caro Jane Caro counted calories to feel a sense of power as a young woman. She says 'flipping the bird' is a far healthier approach.
Virginia Pelley As we raised our arms high in warrior pose, the instructor shouted "Make your devil horns!"
Katherine Schreiber And how to avoid potentially awkward or hurtful conversations.
Catherine Rodie Until we increase awareness of pregnancy loss, women who experience it will continue to suffer in silence.
Paula Goodyer A few changes to your diet can help alleviate the symptoms associated with those three annoying letters: IBS.
Alice Smellie You bet, writes Alice Smellie - and it's like a breath of fresh air.
Dan Harrison Early detection is crucial, but a new study has found almost half of women diagnosed presented to a GP with symptoms at least twice before being referred to a specialist.
Sarah Berry It's official - our chairs are trying to kill us.
Marcella Zemanek When they called out Carrie Bickmore's name for the Gold Logie, I was beyond thrilled for her. When she took her precious allocated two minutes to talk specifically about brain cancer, I just started crying.
Don't let resentment snowball – sorting through problem relationships should be a top priority.
Sarah Berry The edge that understanding the emotions of others gives us, can also be used for "malicious purposes".
How to avoid burnout and spot the warning signs that you're getting close.
The self test kit uses a small amount of blood from a finger prick and offers a result in 15 minutes.
Julia Baird In our bright and blinking technological age, intellectual immersion is rarely lauded. But it should be.
Karen Kaplan Are you a mosquito magnet? If so, your genes may be to blame.
Natasha Singer Does the obsession with collecting data on ourselves spur us to change our behaviour or merely increase anxiety?
Danielle Paquette Ella Dawson blogs about dating with genital herpes to promote normality in the face of stigma.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The government provides condoms at homeless shelters, so why not tampons?
Our expert offers nutrition advice, suggests a workout makeover and serves up a healthy stir-fry.
Enough with the catcalls.
Sarah Knapton It is said that happiness is contagious and now scientists believe they may know why.
Because we've earned these stripes.
Evelyn Lewin Just when you thought you knew everything about sleep, the rules have changed.
Sarah Berry Knowing and empathising with what other people feel is key to our humanity.
Craig Butt A fertility clinic chain is offering $5000 to cover the expenses for women who donate eggs, a first for Australia that is raising concerns about whether the sum could act as an inducement.
Diane Thomas was diagnosed as being allergic to almost everything. She tells how she has coped with multiple chemical sensitivity.
One American high school may have deemed this outfit too inappropriate for the classroom - but 90,000 people have disagreed.
Michael Koziol "Don't sweat the small stuff" is a common refrain. Yet so often we do exactly that, research shows.
Miki Perkins Australia's largest survey of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people shows it remains difficult for many people.
Amy Corderoy Online debates about whether vaccinations are safe are unlikely to convince doubters to vaccinate.
Sarah Berry PMS has been so broadly defined it could apply to almost anyone... yes, even your dog.
Kasey Edwards Categorising female "body types" is just body shaming dressed up as diversity.
Caitlin Dewey Many of us have grudgingly accepted perpetual scatterbrain as a hallmark of modern life, as unavoidable as Facebook and the Kardashians.
Clementine Ford A eulogy to research funding spent on the optimal curviness of female butts.