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A $1.2 million trial using a new technique to control persistent high blood pressure is due to start early next year.
New census data shows 463,000 people call themselves smokers compared to 598,000 people in the 2006 census.
It's being claimed the growing number of children sick with poverty-related illnesses proves the issue of child poverty is real.
One in six parents have postponed visits to doctors, cut back on fresh foods, or put off replacing old shoes because of cost.
The garden-to-table programme is a return to old fashioned gardening lessons, but it's far from the days of boiled cabbage.
We've done a little but we need to do a lot more - that's a simplified summary of a special report from the Children's Commissioner into child poverty.
A new report shows child poverty is getting worse, and the Children's Commissioner says the Govt isn't doing enough.
A woman died after GPs failed to tell her about the risks of taking the contraceptive pill Estelle, the Health and Disability Commissioner has found.
New research shows 280,000 people have been told they need elective surgery but only 110,000 are on a waiting list.
Patients with ITP have very low platelet counts, often bleed excessively and are at risk of a potentially fatal bleed in the brain.
The number of infants dying of cot death in New Zealand has dropped significantly, but the rate is still too high, officials say.
Cancer patient urges sun safety
Drug laws don't reflect harm - expert
Accident raises more questions for Ranfurly
Behind the scenes at the foodbank
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