A psychologist says bullying is one of the biggest workplace issues she deals.
Too much blue light at night – from screens and artificial lights – may increase the risk of not only sleep problems but also obesity, depression and possibly cancer, says a just released report by the Royal Society Te Apārangi.
Less than half of one percent of the health budget goes into prevention measures, argues a new coalition formed to reduce the health damage of smoking, alcohol and unhealthy diets.
Dr Tracy Chandler (aka Dr Wellness) says conventional medicine needs to continue to embrace the growing recognition of the role of food and nutrition in health.
What you eat and drink is crucial to remaining fit and excelling in sporting events and one aspect that can be detrimental to you performing well on a game day is the possibility of receiving cramp. This article, written by Jamie Costello, provides further detail on how you can adjust your diet to help prevent cramps.
Kiwi centenarians are less lonely and less depressed than their counterparts aged 65-99 years, has found a NZ study.
Despite New Zealand having the highest rate of melanoma skin cancer in the world, an alarming number of Kiwis are not being sun smart.
We all know about the importance of eating fruit and vegetables for a healthy body, but what about a healthy mind? Soumya Bhamidipati talks to University of Otago senior psychology lecturer Dr Tamlin Conner to discover the impact of vegetables and fruit on psychological wellbeing.
Prefer to prescribe a book then a pill? A list of suitable self-help books for young Kiwis has just been released by Books on Prescription.