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Indigenous Health Trial in Adelaide

Indigenous women in 12-week health and fitness program
Indigenous women in Adelaide will participate in a 12-week health and fitness program. Source: iStock Images
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 A 12-week trial program for overweight Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander women will run in Adelaide. This program is aimed at educating participants on the importance of physical  activity and nutrition. Karla Canuto, Robyn McDermott, Margaret Cargo and Adrian Esterman have the story.
 
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