With the fires continuing across Canterbury today, Canterbury DHB is reminding people to phone their GP team first for #carearoundtheclock if they experience any respiratory issues or concerns.
The acquisition of a new, state-of-the-art eye examination machine by a Queenstown optometrist means specialist outpatient services can now be accessed in the resort.
Depression symptoms among men before and after the birth of their children were identified by recent research from the University of Auckland’s Centre for Longitudinal Research - He Ara Ki Mua.
Legislation streamlining the process for people who need it to receive compulsory treatment for severe addiction was passed in Parliament tonight.
Pregnancy is a time of continuous change - not just physical, but social, emotional, and psychological.
As the numbers of older people in the population increases, so too does the prevalence of dementia. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a relatively new concept that identifies those who are at a risk of developing dementia.
The Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (the Guild) welcomes the Medicines Classification Committee (MCC) recommendation to reclassify selected oral contraceptives as restricted medicines, allowing trained pharmacists to dispense repeat supplies of oral contraceptives to women who have had them prescri
NZNO along with the Public Service Association (PSA) presented today at the Public Services International conference in Auckland to support its global campaign:
A better future with public health for all.
Northlands new Stop Smoking Service - Toki Rau - came together at Kerikeri on Monday where it’s newly designed logo and brand was formally blessed by Te Hauora o NgÄpuhi KaumÄtua Fred Sadler.
Two hundred life-size cutouts of health workers will mark the launch of a new coalition for a fully-funded health system, YesWeCare.nz.
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