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Drinking for two: stopping the harm from alcohol in pregnancy

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'Our children are our greatest asset' says Professor Elizabeth Elliott paediatrician at the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network, Westmead, and Professor of Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of Sydney. Yet many children suffer brain damage even before they are born, through exposure to alcohol in the...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 09:09

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AFL stars compete for “Supermarket Olympics”

colesNTsupermarketolympicsPort Adelaide and Melbourne footballers visited Coles Palmerston where they temporarily took over a store aisle to square off in a special "Supermarket Olympics".

In Darwin ahead of their Round 17 AFL clash at TIO Stadium, the players got into the spirit of the London Games by going head to head in an "orange bowling" contest and a "muffin toss" challenge before a good old...

 

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