Canterbury DHB is urging meticulous hygiene after an outbreak of Hepatitis A in Ashburton....
The mother of a soldier killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan is welcoming the release of dramatic video showing a firefight involving Kiwi soldiers.
The chief of the army says Baghak was the regular army's biggest battle since the Vietnam War.
An intense and chaotic firefight is how the Defence Force describes the battle with Taliban insurgents last year.
The Defence Force has called the firefight which killed two Kiwi soldiers in Afghanistan in 2012 the "biggest incident since the Vietnam War".
ACC levies have gone down under this government, but at what cost? A prominent wellington lawyer says ACC is getting rid of injured people from its book to make those saving.
When a famous Seinfeld character hollered "No soup for you" he might have just been looking out for the health of his patrons.
A new study has found cancer treatments that save the lives of young patients may cause far worse side-effects in later life than originally thought.
Trade Minister Tim Groser has likened demand for infant formula in China to a gold rush and he says NZ is at the centre of it.
A study has found inadequate resuscitation contributed to an illness caused by oxygen starvation in one in six diagnosed babies.
New Zealand is working hard to register its infant formula brands as Chinese officials push for assurances on food safety.
Last week Hamilton's city council voted to remove fluoride from the city water supply by the end of this month. Should there be a referendum?
One in four mothers of babies who died from congenital defects were not given the option to screen for the abnormalities during pregnancy.
Babies born in the Waikato region are almost twice as likely to suffer from complications due to oxygen starvation than the average New Zealand baby.
If there's a choice between trim and super trim - you'd expect them to be different right?
Hundreds of New Zealanders seeking help for eating disorders are likely only the tip of the iceberg.
A doctor who breached his company's policy by performing a breast examination on a woman without a chaperone has been given a stayed suspension and been ordered to pay more than $13,000.
Opera star Dame Kiri Te Kanawa says female opera singers are starving themselves because they are under so much pressure to stay thin.
Synthetic cannabis and party pills will no longer be sold at Lotto retailers.
Hundreds are expected to head to Waimauku in Auckland this weekend to travel down the world's longest waterslide.
Under the supervision of a doctor, RadioLIVE's Duncan Garner tries synthetic cannabis to show just how serious the side effects can be.
AUT University researchers want people to start eating more fat – the very thing that's supposed to make us all obese.
Mount Maunganui beachgoers are having their summer holidays ruined by a pesky bug that's being called the “mount mauler”.
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.