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Lateline: November 30, 2017
November 30, 2017
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Greens Senator Welcomes Royal Commission Into Banking
Matt Wordsworth speaks to Peter Whish-Wilson about the announcement of a royal commission into the banking sector and the latest scandal surrounding Sam Dastyari.

Does Helicopter Parenting Make Kids More Anxious?
Parents may reduce the likelihood that their children will suffer from anxiety if they challenge them to push their boundaries, according to an Australian-Dutch study. Social affairs correspondent Norman Hermant reports.

Cancer Patients Prescribed Art Therapy At Sydney Hospital
For most people diagnosed with cancer, life becomes focused on one thing: survival. In the fight to rid the body of disease, mental wellbeing is often an afterthought. Now a unique program is trying to change that, using art therapy to complement conventional medicine. Lin Evlin reports.

Greens Senator Welcomes Royal Commission Into Banking
Matt Wordsworth speaks to Peter Whish-Wilson about the announcement of a royal commission into the banking sector and the latest scandal surrounding Sam Dastyari.

Does Helicopter Parenting Make Kids More Anxious?
Parents may reduce the likelihood that their children will suffer from anxiety if they challenge them to push their boundaries, according to an Australian-Dutch study. Social affairs correspondent Norman Hermant reports.

Cancer Patients Prescribed Art Therapy At Sydney Hospital
For most people diagnosed with cancer, life becomes focused on one thing: survival. In the fight to rid the body of disease, mental wellbeing is often an afterthought. Now a unique program is trying to change that, using art therapy to complement conventional medicine. Lin Evlin reports.

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