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Media and Communications Officer

Clare O'Shea

Clare O’Shea is a Media and Communications Officer at Cancer Council Victoria. She is involved in the media and communications activities for the organisation's public health education campaigns such as LiveLighter, Obesity Policy Coalition and Rethink Sugary Drink.  In her spare time Clare enjoys keeping fit, spending time with friends and family and trying out new Melbourne restaurants.


Articles by this author

  • Unintended COVID consequences: Victorians snacked more, Aussies gained weight

    • Dec 10, 2020
    • by Clare O'Shea

    A new LiveLighter® survey has revealed 37 per cent of Australians reported gaining weight between February and July this year – a time when most Australian states were under some form of COVID-19 restrictions.

  • woman sleeping

    Five things you need to know about sleep

    • Jul 16, 2019
    • by Clare O'Shea

    Want to develop a healthier sleep pattern and set yourself up for sweet dreams? Develop a healthier sleep pattern with the help of LiveLighter's facts and tips

  • choc chia

    How to host a healthy morning tea

    • Jun 04, 2019
    • by Clare O'Shea

    Morning and afternoon teas offer a great opportunity for us to add colour and variety to our daily intake. If you've got one coming up why not try out our healthy tweaks and recipe suggestions? These will not only leave your guests feeling satisfied but have them avoiding that all too familiar post-morning tea slump.

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    Meet Ebony: Our Active April champion

    • May 07, 2019
    • by Clare O'Shea

    25 year old Ebony lives in Victoria and wow-ed us in her response to our Premier's Active April competition. We chatted with Ebony to find out other tricks she has to keep active

  • Nicole and kids

    An everyday pester power battle: Nicole's story

    • Aug 06, 2018
    • by Clare O'Shea

    We sat down with mother of two, Nicole French, and asked her to explain the everyday pester power battle she faces as a result of the food industry manipulatively marketing unhealthy food to her children.