Bryan Thorn an Orthopaedic Surgeon from Bay of Plenty and past president of the Orthopaedic Association of New Zealand has accepted the role of Chair of the Top of the South Review Group.
If ever there’s a time for youngsters to understand what’s happening to their brain during puberty, it’s now.
In Nelson Marlborough District Health Board (NMDHB) 2013 Influenza season has already set new records with a 21% increase in vaccine uptake as compared to the full season last year.
"If the trip hop music group Massive Attack was looking for a new theme they should go no further than the immediate and frenzied dental/medical establishment response, aided by its media acolytes, to the Hamilton City Council (HCC) resolution to stop fluoridating its water which was made after a
The evolution of microbes that harm humans, animals and plants is the focus of a workshop hosted by Massey’s Infectious Disease Research Centre and the Allan Wilson Centre this week.
University of Canterbury (UC) computer science and software engineering experts are looking to help recover loss of memory for people who have suffered strokes.
People who suffer strokes usually undergo substantial rehabilitation in the hope of restoring their memory to where it was.
By M.Godfrey MB.BS. (retired GP) Tauranga
Maori Party co-leader, Tariana Turia, has called for a cross-sectoral approach towards healthy housing following the release of findings from He Kainga Oranga Housing and Health Research Programme this morning.
The key to healthy kids is free accessible primary health care for all under 18s say the Child Poverty Action Group.
New opportunities for better patient care from greater collaboration between health professionals were identified at an inter-disciplinary primary care workshop held in Wellington this week.
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