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Great question, Olivia! The short answer is that most gum you swallow ends up in your poo. But if you swallow a lot of chewing gum, it can get stuck and cause problems.
Three Western Sydney researchers have been awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships, attracting more than $2.8 million in funding for the University.
Endometriosis may be costing us much more than previously thought
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Eileen McLaughlin as the new Dean of the School of Science.
Western Sydney University research has revealed that Australian emergency plans need to do more to factor babies into current emergency strategies.
The average cost for a woman with endometriosis both personally and for society is around A$30,000 a year, according to our research, published today in the journal PLOS ONE.