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Getting to the heart of the matter

Q: Can you tell us about the book and how it came about? Pam: The book is called Getting to the Heart of the Matter. It is autobiographical and describes my journey from being well, through to...

Thank you – you just saved a life! Blood donors recognised this World Blood...

Today is World Blood Donor Day (WBDD) and the New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) is giving a big shout out to all its generous blood donors via a new campaign.

Urgent call for increased cochlear implant funding

The current funding structure for cochlear implants condemns most adults to a future life without hearing, say advocates who are calling for funding to be increased.

Fund Botox for migraine patients, say specialists

Health experts are calling on district health board bosses to cover Botox treatment for people suffering from chronic migraines.

Free dental care brings smiles to Wairoa

A dental volunteer team makes a big difference to a community where many residents struggle to afford dental treatment, reports Ruby Harfield.

Mums matter: Postnatal trauma haunts years later

Ellen Chisholm is a mother who suffered a traumatic birth and was pressured to leave hospital less than three hours after giving birth and drive an hour north.

Doctors and nurses lost to the Black Flu of 1918

New Zealand’s worst public health disaster – the Black Flu of 1918 – not only claimed an estimated 9000 lives but also the lives of 37 nurses and 14 doctors who cared for them. Health Central shares some of their stories.

Visiting HIV activist on loving and living without fear

The founder of a US movement on removing the stigma of sex for people with undetectable HIV levels talks to Rebekah Fraser about learning to live and love again.

Musing on my mastectomy

Lalitha Bhamidipati has been diagnosed with stage II breast cancer twice in the last ten years. She shares her journey in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As told to Soumya Bhamidipati.

Build more drug rehab facilities not prisons

Counselling student Bessina Pehi-Tamatea knows well the self-destruction of addiction. The recent Excellence in Peer Support Award winner shares her story with Jaylan Boyle and her belief that the Government should be building more residential drug rehab facilities not prisons.
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This inspiring young mum of two was recently diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer and after exploring all treatment options decided on a combination...

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