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Supplements – do we really need them?

Jody Hopkinson talks to naturopath Yolande Waho about which supplements and vitamins we need at different stages of our lives.

Winning the war against acne at any age

Dermatologist Dr Victoria Scott-Lang says acne is a medical condition and should not be accepted as the norm – at any age. As she outlines here, there is lots that can be done about it.

Time to take action on diabetes

With November being Diabetes Action Month, Diabetes New Zealand is challenging all Kiwi families to act now to live well.

Simple lifestyle changes reduce the risk of dementia

Keeping an active mind and body is crucial to helping you continue to get the best out of life. “If we enter old age with better developed, healthier brains, we are likely to live longer,...

Let’s get physical

Exercise Association of New Zealand chief executive Richard Beddie says the biggest challenge with physical activity is getting started.

Patient portal opens door to personal health management

Managing your health and medical records online is becoming a reality with the development of patient ‘portals’. ManageMyHealth is one such system that allows people access to their health information wherever there is an internet...

Keeping dental decay at bay

The New Zealand Dental Association says how well you look after your teeth on a daily basis has a greater impact than what happens at the dental surgery.

Respecting the hole in our sky: preventing melanoma

New Zealand has the world’s worst rates of new melanoma diagnoses and deaths. Because of our population growth and ageing population, the number of New Zealanders diagnosed with melanoma is expected to increase over...

Getting feet summer-ready

Maintaining an active lifestyle is great for improving and maintaining overall health; however, being active can take its toll on your feet. Blisters, sprains and strains, pain and fungal infections should all be managed...

DR WELLNESS

More than just a ‘pill for every ill’

Dr Tracy Chandler (a.k.a. Dr Wellness) says we need to move beyond the current ‘pill for every ill’ model of general practice to a more patient-centred integrative approach.

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