Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Universe is talking

How an incredible discovery at Antarctica’s “IceCube” observatory could reveal some of the most tantalising secrets of deep space. It’s been described as one of the world’s strangest telescopes. But the remarkable IceCube, occupying a full 1km3 under the Antarctic ice sheet, could soon shed light on some of the Universe’s most tantalising mysteries. IceCube detects […]

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Less gain, less pain?

How limiting gestational weight gain is affecting pregnancy outcomes for obese mothers and their babies. The World Health Organisation has identified obesity as a health problem of global significance, increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and their associated complications. It’s also a serious risk factor during pregnancy. Maternal complications include an increased risk of […]

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Jodie Dodd

Professor Jodie Dodd is an Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist at the University of Adelaide and Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

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Karla Canuto

Dr Karla Canuto is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with the Wardliparingga Aboriginal Research, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute.

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