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Low carb, high fat diets are increasing blood cholesterol levels in countries where they are popular, according to research.
Coconut oil has become increasingly popular, but the Heart Foundation says there is no evidence to support its widespread use in the kitchen.
Lewis Road Creamery's cult chocolate milk is the most delicious on offer, but it's also the worst for your waistline.
A complaint which argued a Breast Cancer Foundation advert was too explicit has been dismissed by the Advertising Standards Authority
Around 24 percent of people living in New Zealand have a disability, and many feel misunderstood. But one Auckland festival is trying to change that.
An award-winning Kiwi business has described after-work email as "unnecessary" and "bulls**t", saying it can lead to stress and burnout.
Hope is on the horizon for young cancer patients with a unique and fantastic charity that is just what New Zealand needs.
Most university students want to be a parent one day, but they're over-estimating how easy it will be later on in life.
The Government has not yet introduced substantial policy aimed at ending child poverty, says the Child Poverty Action Group.
More than 20 agencies will meet tomorrow to talk about their readiness for Ebola, if and when it should reach New Zealand shores.
Every year more than 2000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with some form of skin cancer, and a lot of the damage is done in childhood.
A couple that purchased a burial plot next to relatives 27 years ago have discovered it has been onsold and now has someone else in it.
A man who lost more than half his body weight has thrown himself in to the Muddy Good Run near Ashburton.
Forget the scorching-hot plastic waterslides of your childhood. This one's inflatable, 600m long, and takes you on a scenic journey over a stretch of grassy Auckland farmland.
A Masterton rest home and one of its nurses have been condemned after a terminally ill woman likely died in pain because of confusion over her drugs.
Campbell Live asked four dietitians from Dietitians New Zealand to each make a lunch they would give to their own children.
The mother of a boy who became seriously ill from chickenpox is urging others to get their children vaccinated.
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