The truth about those ‘lockdown kilos’


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A large national survey has found that more than half of Australian adults experienced over-eating or poor appetite during the first COVID-19 lockdown The paper, led by Dr Alice Owen from the Monash University School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, found one in 10 adults experienced this every day. The research examined survey responses

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