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Podcast: My Amazing Body

A graphic image of a woman dancing, which shows her skeleton.My Amazing Body is a podcast that explores interesting, unknown and misunderstood parts of your body, featuring interviews with medical experts and stories from real Queenslanders. Each episode runs for about 20 minutes, and you can listen in any order you want.

Listen to My Amazing Body at the links below, or find the episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or your favourite podcast app.

Not sure what a podcast is, how to find podcasts or how to listen? Read our guide What is a podcast and how do I listen to one?

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The Bowel

How does your bowel work and what does it do? Is it just about poo?

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The Liver

What is your liver, how does it work and how can you keep yours healthy?

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Pain

What is pain, why do we experience it and is it ever useful? Why do some people get chronic pain, and what can be done about it?

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Gender

Learn all about what gender is and hear stories of gender diverse Queenslanders in this special edition of My Amazing Body.

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The Brain

Learn what we know, and what remains a mystery, about the workings of your brain.

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The Arteries and Veins

How does your blood travel around your body? How do you keep your circulatory system healthy? Learn about all this and more in this episode of My Amazing Body.

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The Thyroid Gland

Don't know what your thyroid gland does or why it's so important to your health? Listen to this episode of My Amazing Body to find out.

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The Testicles

How much do you really know about the testicles? In this episode, Paediatric surgery fellow Dr Annie Roberts gives us the lowdown on all things testicular health.

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Last updated: 10 September 2019