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Kiwi mothers are generally heeding advice on minimising the risk of sudden unexpected death in infancy.
Cricket fans will be spending nine hours a day sitting outdoors during the World Cup, so need to make sure they're not only covering up, but that their sunscreen is up to scratch.
A father and son who fell 100 metres from a walking track in Bay of Plenty are both improving in hospital.
The first year of a three-year international trial appears to have succeeded in reversing the onset of type-two diabetes.
The baby who is believed to have died in a parked car outside Whanganui Hospital last week has been named by police.
There has been renewed push for a law change that would ensure products, such as fish oil, are what they claim to be.
Carmel Gregan-Ford of Kidney Health New Zealand says paying donors for organs is "fraught with all sorts of difficulties", and probably isn't the answer to long waiting lists.
University of Auckland researchers tested 32 brands of omega-3 fatty acid capsules available in NZ pharmacies and discovered most were rancid, weak or both.
The Invercargill City Council has been inundated with complaints from mourners, who are hopping mad about the damage rabbits are causing around grave sites.
How big of a problem is Forgotten Baby Syndrome? What causes it and can it be prevented?
Police say it's too soon to say if they will lay charges against a mother whose infant son died after she left him in a car on a hot day.
The chief executive of Whanganui Hospital says she is doing "everything she can" to support a staff member whose infant died in a parked car.
An economics and finance researcher says Kiwis should be able to pay for organ donations, and that preventing legitimate compensation only encourages the black market.
A smart inhaler which reminds people to take their medication is revolutionising the treatment of asthma.
Access to good sex education shouldn't be a "lottery" for Kiwi teens depending on where they go to school, a health expert says.
Former Maori Party co-leader Dame Tariana Turia is set to receive international recognition for her work in tackling smoking in New Zealand.
New Zealand scientists have discovered regular exercise improves brain function even in young adults in the prime of life.
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