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HIV Webinars Allow Sufferers To Tell Stories

HIV Webinars Allow Sufferers To Tell Stories

People living with HIV will have the chance to tell their stories during online seminars, launched tonight.

The "webinars" have been set up by Auckland University film student, Ada Chin, and are being launched today to coincide with World Aids Day.

Government Urged To Toughen Up On Infant Formula Marketing

Government Urged To Toughen Up On Infant Formula Marketing

The Government is being urged to step up its regulation of the marketing of infant formula.

From Cooking Skills To Life - The Great Little Cookbook

From Cooking Skills To Life - The Great Little Cookbook

A cookbook incorporating healthy budgeting and lifestyle advice as well as tasty, nutritious recipes was named winner of the inaugural People's Choice Award at the Canterbury District Health Board's Quality Improvement and Innovation Awards this month.

Meaningful Alcohol Reform Required, Psychiatry Group Says

Meaningful Alcohol Reform Required, Psychiatry Group Says

The Government must act quickly on alcohol law reform to ensure New Zealanders are free of wide-spread alcohol abuse, a psychiatry group says.

Social Media Guide Launched For Doctors

Social Media Guide Launched For Doctors

Wellington, Nov 30 NZPA - A new guide to using social media responsibly for doctors and medical students has been launched today by the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA).

Food Safety Authority Pleased With Restaurants' Chicken Meat

Food Safety Authority Pleased With Restaurants' Chicken Meat

Auckland, Nov 30 NZPA - The Food Safety Authority (NZFSA) is pleased with the results of an operation targeting illegally-sourced chicken meat in Auckland restaurants.

More New Zealanders With HIV Than Ever

More New Zealanders With HIV Than Ever

World AIDS Day will be marked on December 1, to raise awareness of the continued presence of HIV and the impact of AIDS on communities in New Zealand and around the world.

Online Social Media And Maintaining Medical Professionalism

Online Social Media And Maintaining Medical Professionalism

A resource to assist doctors and medical students to maintain professional standards when using online social media has today been launched by the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA).

Stroke Numbers Expected To Rise

Stroke Numbers Expected To Rise

Strokes are the leading cause of disability and death in New Zealand and urgent measures are needed to reduce the number of victims, an academic says.

Participants Sought For Alternative Medicine Study

Participants Sought For Alternative Medicine Study

Wellington, Nov 30 NZPA - Massey University researchers are calling for people who use alternative medicines or dietary supplements to participate in the final phase of a three-year study.