The hard-hitting Havelock North inquiry report should be grabbed as an opportunity to review and rebuild public health capacity nationwide, argues Public Health Professor Michael Baker.
A few nights ago I decided to give acting a go...
Derek Wright strikes me as a nice bloke. I interviewed him last week. He is the interim boss at the Waikato District Health Board...
Critically review the available evidence and you will conclude sunscreen reduces the risk of skin cancer, says Cancer Society CEO Mike Kernaghan - following Ian Wishart claims that sunscreen is ineffective.
The recent Consumer NZ test of sunscreen brands ignores the ‘elephant in the room’ –the lack of evidence that sunscreens may not protect from melanoma, argues Ian Wishart.
Band-Aid is a household name, but can you trust the way they’re promoted? Mark Hanna investigates.
The risk of a few teenagers vaping is an acceptable trade-off for thousands of adults quitting smoking, says a visiting international expert on the health impacts of e-cigarettes.
Breast is best. That much we know, and that's what women are told from the moment they enter motherhood.
There were record HIV diagnoses last year but two important changes are on the way that could make a difference, argues PhD student Jacek Kolodziej.
National’s first mental health spokesman Matt Doocey says he will be strongly advocating for a cross-party and cross-government approach to improving mental health outcomes.