New research funded by the Ministry of Health has revealed the gambling habits of Pacific youth and their mothers.
Kiwi scientists have discovered a novel property of a new anti-tuberculosis drug which may help develop more drugs to treat the world's biggest-killing infectious disease.
A third of GPs are earning less than $100,000 and 18 per cent less than $75,000 – with GPs earning less and working less hours not surprisingly the least likely to be burnout.
A Kiwi researcher has found there is little science to the belief that one of the costs women bear for having multiple children is poor teeth.
A biomarker to help determine which melanoma patients are likely to benefit from new immunotherapy drugs may be one result of a discovery by Otago researchers’ published today.
Patient access to life-changing, cardiac rehabilitation services after a heart attack is inequitable across the country, a snapshot survey of the 20 district health boards has found.
‘Fishbowl gyms’ and putting work and whānau first are amongst the reasons stopping overweight Māori men getting back into exercise, a recent study indicates.
The discontinuing of the telestroke service in Nelson – that gave local doctors access to tertiary hospital advice on stroke treatment – saw treatment rates fall backwards again, a new study found.