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Aboriginal health and nutrition

Health concerns for Aboriginal people in Australia include diet, children’s health issues and the high rate of conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.

Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Inc. covers a range of topics like healthy eating during pregnancy, getting active, tucker for your ticker and feeding your baby as well as providing links to related websites.

Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Inc has more information on this topic.


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Last reviewed: March 2012

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