Lissa Christopher is a Journalist for Fairfax Media.
Lissa Christopher Puberty is tough enough at the best of times, but even more so when it strikes early.
Lissa Christopher In the 16th century, being born into a wealthy family wasn't necessarily good for your health.
Lissa Christopher Anti-doping systems in sport are trapped in a dilemma that dooms them to failure.
Lissa Christopher Fourteen years ago, the preserved bodies of three children were found in Argentina.
Lissa Christopher If you're over 55 and have a brain, the University of Adelaide would like to hear from you.
Lissa Christopher The rate at which cane toads are spreading around Australia may have been ''massively'' underestimated.
Lissa Christopher Mental illness is highly prevalent among prison populations.
Lissa Christopher The rise of the adult onesie - essentially a romper suit for those old enough to not only recite the alphabet in its entirety but also pay tax - is a source of some consternation.
Lissa Christopher A team of Spanish scientists has created a new survival forecast for the Iberian Lynx, and the news is not good.
Lissa Christopher Post-menopausal weight gain is normal and not a personal failing.
Lissa Christopher Is evening primrose oil all it's cracked up to be?
Lissa Christopher Some pooches love to run, while others just like to cruise.
Lissa Christopher A new study has found quite the opposite of what you might think.
Lissa Christopher Vegetables, or at least cabbages, remain responsive to their environment long after they've been picked.
Lissa Christopher Parents should talk to teenagers about healthy eating habits and avoid discussions about their weight and size.
Lissa Christopher Dry July has kicked off for another year.
Lissa Christopher It's been proven that a short stroll after a meal is good for you.
Lissa Christopher What is likely to be the first giant panda cub to be born this year emerged last week in China.
Lissa Christopher Your dentist's plans to buy a new sports car may need to be put off.
Lissa Christopher Research shows infants as young as 10 months feel and express sympathy for others.