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Business as usual while Govt works through vocational reforms

It’s very much business as usual for industry training organisation Careerforce as the Government works through the proposed Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) submissions.

“Less beer and bacon, more brown bread” – new bowel cancer...

"Think less beer and bacon, more bran and brown bread.” That was the message from the lead author of a major new study, released today, that shows that people who eat moderate amounts of red and processed meat are still at increased risk of bowel cancer.

Mushrooms and memory: the new research

Researchers from the National University of Singapore have discovered that eating mushrooms two or more times a week lowers the chances of mild cognitive impairment, for the people participating in a recent study.
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Opinion: Dr Tracy Chandler – Health testing is under-funded and under-utilised in NZ

Dr Tracy Chandler (aka Dr Wellness) says GPs should be funded to test for many things, including Vitamin D and free Triiodothyronine (fT3).

Opinion: Frances Everard – A bill providing leave after miscarriages should extend to abortion

Treating all pregnancy outcomes as a health issue, and thus equally deserving of leave, is a step in the right direction writes Frances Everard.

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