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Rangatahi 'paving the way for a Gamble Free future'

Over a third of those seeking support for problem gambling are Māori. That’s a statistic that doesn’t sit well with 20-year-old Brooke Stilwell.

Upcoming West Coast mental health initiatives put on calendar

A calendar of mental health and suicide prevention trainings, workshops and programmes is being published to mark this weekend’s World Suicide Prevention Day (Sunday 10 September).

New anti-cancer drug highlights NZ research excellence

The recent approval in Japan of an anti-cancer drug discovered in Wellington has put the global spotlight on New Zealand research and our scientists’ ability to innovate and develop new drugs.

Hospital ED 'treats equivalent of town population over past year'

Taumarunui Integrated Healthcare is urging people to avoid using the Taumarunui hospital’s emergency department for non-emergencies that could be treated by their general practice doctor.

Elective surgery could be avoided - Arthritis NZ

Arthritis New Zealand says the increase in elective surgery announced by the Prime Minister today needs to be matched with early intervention and treatment to reduce the pain and suffering of people living with arthritis.

'Mum Cannabis and Me' documentary released

SPINDLE FIBRE FILMS in association with Victoria Catherwood, today releases an educational documentary encouraging informed conversation between Drs and patients around the use of Cannabis as a medicine in New Zealand.

Pacific ladies taking the lead in cervical screening

It’s Cervical Screening Awareness Month and Southern DHB is celebrating that 81.3% of the Southern District’s Pacific Island women have been screened.

Is dietary supplementation necessary?

If you believed all the marketing hype about supplements and superfoods you would be forgiven for thinking food is not enough.

Arthritis medications need funding too - Arthritis NZ

Arthritis New Zealand today expressed concern that medications that are waiting for Pharmac funding could be overlooked because of publicity about new cancer treatments.

Ball for Clients with disabilities

It will be a night of vibrant tropical colours, music, and dancing when ‘the Beauty’, ‘the Brawn’, and the Minister come together for this year’s Geneva Healthcare Tropicana Spring Ball for Clients with disabilities, in partnership with Mercury.

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