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Buller Jag On Integrated Family Health Centre For Westport Close To Conclusion

Buller Jag On Integrated Family Health Centre For Westport Close To Conclusion

The Buller Joint Action Group (JAG), tasked with designing a model for an Integrated Family Health Centre based in Westport, is close to finishing its work on developing a proposal for future service delivery.

Israel's "Good Science" Yields Cancer Clue And Major Award

By the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jerusalem

Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Warning Lifted For The Coromandel And Bay Of Plenty

Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Warning Lifted For The Coromandel And Bay Of Plenty

The toxic shellfish health warning has been lifted for the wider Coromandel and Bay of Plenty coastline, ending 15 months of concern.

Food Industry Helps Lead The Charge On Salt Reduction

Food Industry Helps Lead The Charge On Salt Reduction

World Salt Awareness Week (March 21-27, 2011) is an ideal opportunity to highlight the many hundreds of tonnes of salt that food companies have removed from their food products, says the Food and Grocery Council's CEO Katherine Rich

Look Into My Eyes And Tell Me What's Wrong With My Feet

Look Into My Eyes And Tell Me What's Wrong With My Feet

A simple eye test with a high powered microscope can be used to diagnose or monitor nerve damage resulting from diabetes - the most common cause of foot ulcers and amputations.

Vicarious Trauma Risk From Disaster Coverage

Vicarious Trauma Risk From Disaster Coverage

Wall-to-wall news media coverage of the Japan and Canterbury earthquake disasters could put people at greater risk of developing traumatic reactions, a clinical psy

New Cardiology Service At Waitemata Dhb

A new $8.5 million, state of the art cardiology service being developed at Waitemata DHB will see improved, leading edge care for cardiac patients in the district.

Caution, Consultation Required Before Moving Elderly From Christchurch

The New Zealand Aged Care Association is calling for caution and consultation between providers and the district health board before initiating further moves of residents from Christchurch rest homes.

Dora The Explorer Visits Christchurch Hospital Paediatric Wards

Dora The Explorer Visits Christchurch Hospital Paediatric Wards

Christchurch Hospital's paediatric wards received a special visit from Dora the Explorer and her friends last week.

Hospital Play Specialist Dorothy Lavelle says the children were really excited about the visit as it also came as a welcomed relief after the past few weeks.

Alcohol Reform Bill Fails To Protect Our Communities

Labour MP Lianne Dalziel will make her submission to the Justice and Electoral select committee, via teleconference, on the Alcohol Reform Bill this afternoon.