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Starts 7th April
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The recent measles scare in Canterbury has been diagnosed as a false alarm following lab tests which show two children did not have the virus.
Smokers opting for electronic cigarettes may be getting a much bigger – or smaller – hit of nicotine than they realise.
Drinkers are being urged to exercise common sense following the release of a study which suggests a link between liver cancer and alcohol consumption.
Twelve-year-old Corban Dickson is the latest recipient of the Wish For a Smile programme.
Scared of needles? Here's some good news: in the future, you might be able to rub a vaccination into your skin.
People from across the country are shaving their heads in support of blood cancer patients this week.
Campbell Live has been contacted by many parents regarding vaccination, with comments both supporting and opposing it.
Jendy Harper joined Brenda Warren to discuss her 700-day weight-loss journey at this year's City2Surf fun run.
A New Zealand eye specialist teaching medical staff in Southeast Asia, says inadequate public health systems remain a barrier to healthcare.
An Auckland woman was left with a sharp taste in her mouth after discovering shards of broken glass in her meal made from Heinz Wattie's frozen peas and corn.
Disability advocates say children are being let down by the Government's cost-cutting and failure to publicise an allowance their parents can use to buy medical supplies.
There are fears the measles virus has “gained a foothold” in Christchurch, following two separate cases in local preschools.
A Christchurch couple is urging parents to be extra vigilant after discovering a tin of infant formula bought for their child may have been tampered with.
A Christchurch preschool is advising some of its students to stay away for two weeks following an "outbreak of measles".
The Child Poverty Action Group says the Government is not fulfilling its promises to help the 95,000 children with a disability.
Lights and noise keeping you awake at night? New research suggests taking melatonin could do more to help you nod off than earplugs and sleep masks.
Hone Harawira's "feed the kids" bill has been defeated in Parliament by two votes.
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