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We had:

Tanya McDonald, First Nations Lecturer in Children, Health and Community at Charles Darwin University, talking about supporting more First Nations students in the community services sector. Tanya wants to improve the rates of First Nations students working in the community services sector in Alice Springs to help reduce family violence.

Emily Ghaiyed, Dietician at The Banyans Medical Centre and Specialist Clinics Healthcare Group, talking about when healthy habits become an obsession. Eating well and exercising are good practices to adopt, there’s a line where healthy habits can become an unhealthy obsession. Orthorexia is a serious mental health condition which is characterised by an obsession with eating healthy food and working out.

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