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Neysa Ellison

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Surgery to treat obesity — weighty step or the best approach?

By On October 9, 2017

No pun intended, but surgically removing two thirds of your stomach to lose weight is undoubtedly a weighty step. Yet with almost a third of Australians now obese, it’s clear the traditional… Read More

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Protein and exercise: the true fountain of youth?

By On July 24, 2017

A magical fountain that can heal the ravages of age was a lifelong quest for both Alexander the Great way back in 300BC and 16th Century Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon. The latter… Read More

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Cheese over Cheezels: winning the calcium battle with teenage girls

By On June 22, 2017

I couldn’t be prouder of my 14-year-old niece. She’s quickly growing into one of the smartest and most confident young women I know. If she’s anything like others her age, though, I… Read More

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Health costs of disordered eating in women’s sport

By On May 25, 2017

There’s never been a better time to throw like a girl in Australian sport. More women than men donned the Australian uniform at the 2016 Rio Olympics. More than 15,000 fans turned… Read More