60 Minutes on Channel 9 – with reports from Dimity Clancey and Amelia Adams will air Sunday 5 November after The Block on 9 and 9Now.
TOO MUCH TO LOSE
Much has been written about the drug Ozempic lately. Originally developed to help in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, the product’s popularity exploded when it was discovered that a side effect for users was dramatic weight loss. From that point, perhaps not surprisingly, anyone, diabetic or not, looking to quickly lose a few kilos or more joined the race to get hold of Ozempic.
And when Hollywood’s most glamorous stars started showing off their slimmed-down selves, the drug gained even more buzz. But now, as Nine’s Dimity Clancey reports in a special investigation for 60 MINUTES, experts are warning there could be another side effect from the often-unsupervised use of Ozempic: death.
Reporter: Dimity Clancey
Producer: Serge Negus
DEVIL IN DISGUISE?
When Elvis Presley first took to the stage in the mid-1950s, his wild hip thrusting and sultry voice gave conservative America a heart attack. But his young fans, particularly his young female fans, couldn’t get enough of the soon-to-be King of rock ’n’ roll. Many of those devotees are now distinguished elders, and while they continue to adore Elvis, they’re also revealing some long-held secrets.
Amelia Adams discovers the King actually dated quite a few of them when they were young teenagers. And for those with suspicious minds, it raises questions about whether Elvis Presley’s obsession with 14-year-olds means he was really a devil in disguise.
Reporter: Amelia Adams
Producer: Laura Sparkes
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