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Improving performance and two firsts are the story of this quarter’s health target results in the Bay of Plenty.
All Rotorua sportsgrounds, skate parks, bus stops and shelters are becoming smokefree zones under Rotorua Lakes Council’s extended Smokefree Outdoor Spaces Policy.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says the latest health target results show DHBs have made good progress on the new raising healthy kids target, up 23 per cent on the previous quarter.
Port Hills residents affected by this week’s wild fires are being reassured the smell of smoke in their properties presents no serious threat to health.
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.
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.
Over 26,000 Bay of Plenty smokers have been given help to quit during the past 15 months as a major health target is met for the first time.
It seems unbelievable that only a few generations ago that smoking was accepted and the health risks ignored.
Auckland tobacco smokers are invited to take part in a trial to determine the effectiveness of e-cigarettes combined with nicotine patches and behavioural support, to help people quit smoking.
Researchers hope to recruit about 1800 participants from the Auckland region.
Four Taranaki retailers are facing possible fines of up to $5,000 after selling tobacco to a person under 18 years of age.
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