Vaping of high concentration causes the same toxic damage to lung cells as traditional cigarettes, a new study has found.
Ruby Harfield investigates a push for more accessible and affordable care to reduce alarming self-harm statistics in older people.
About a third of pregnant women admitted to intensive care units and high dependency units in New Zealand had potentially preventable severe illnesses.
Vaping is nearly twice as effective for getting smokers to quit than traditional methods, a new study has found.
Cancer could be cured within a year, according to a researchers claim.
A Dunedin neuroscientist has discovered a new way to help people recover from stroke, by implanting an electrode into the undamaged side of the brain.
An extra fertility treatment previously touted to save women the misery of miscarriages actually has no benefit at all, researchers say.
A new study shows that self-testing for cervical cancer prevention could have a positive impact on Māori women.
The findings of a New Zealand study confirm that parents should crack-down on screen-time for their little ones.