The Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (the Guild) is pleased to hear of the creation of a pharmacy-focused Chief Advisor at the Ministry of Health, and the appointment of Andi Shirtcliffe into the role.
Angelina Jolie´s tits – the removal of them that is – made the news, because she´s Angelina Jolie. And since Angelina Jolie got her tits cut off to avoid cancer, other women will look into it too.
The fourth World Family Doctor Day was celebrated around the globe on Sunday 19 May, providing an opportunity to recognise the importance of family doctors and the work they do.
Over 250,000 Green Prescriptions have been issued to New Zealanders from their GP or practice nurse to encourage them to eat healthier, get active and improve their health since the initiative began.
Residents connected to the Sheffield/Waddington water supply are advised they no longer need to boil water.
The Council has received water sampling results showing that the water is clear of E.coli and is now safe to drink.
An evolution is happening in doctors’ surgeries across New Zealand, aimed at making better use of work-based rehabilitation to help people recover from injuries.
The South Eastern Sydney Medicare Local (SESML) is working with integrated care experts HSAGlobal, who will support it in delivering better coordinated care across primary, secondary and community healthcare providers for the local population of 450,000.
To mark World Autoimmune Arthritis Day today, Supreme Biotechnologies, producers of AstaSupreme Astaxanthin, has launched a unique formula, which combines Astaxanthin, Curcumin and Omega 3.
The free health information and advice phone service Healthline - 0800 611 116 - has just chalked up its three millionth call.
Maori directors on district health boards (DHBs) are burdened by the responsibility of being the sole advocates for Maori health, according to new research from a Massey University PhD graduate.
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