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Hsin-Fang Chung

Hsin-Fang Chung

Research Fellow, School of Public Health, The University of Queensland
Dr Hsin-Fang Chung is currently a Research Fellow in the International collaboration for a Life course Approach to reproductive health and Chronic disease Events (InterLACE) within the School of Public Health. Hsin-Fang is an Epidemiologist and Nutritionist with experience in investigating the associations between lifestyle, genetic factors and diabetic complications. Hsin-Fang’s current work focuses on women’s lifetime reproductive health and the development of chronic diseases in a new pooled dataset of 500,000 women from 25 observation studies across ten countries. Her research interest is in assessment of the impacts of lifestyle, reproductive markers on the risk of chronic diseases (especially Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease) using longitudinal data.

What is perimenopause and how does it affect women's health in midlife?

Oct 20, 2019 10:15 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

All women know to expect the time in life when their periods finish and they reach menopause. Many might even look forward to it. What many women dont know, however, is they will also experience symptoms in the time...

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Economy

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Politics

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