How Australia is losing the health fight

Imagine telling the good folk of 1990 that in the near future, we’d be redesigning hospitals to accommodate the influx of obese patients.

Or that almost all of our sporting legends would be contractually obliged to advertise alcohol. Or most kids would be driven less than a kilometre to and from school.

Twenty-five years ago, these things were unimaginable. Yet, in 2016, here we are.

One might rightly ask how Australia’s health got so bad in such a short time, why our children are growing out before they grow up,