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The not-so-secret weapon for busy women

Jude Barback asks New Zealand novelist and super-busy woman Catherine Robertson how she balances a hectic life with “hormonal shenanigans”.

Bouncing back after baby

Nutritionist and new mum Kate Walker says good nutrition and exercise is vital for the physical, emotional and mental health of mothers with young babies.

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.

Navigating New Zealand’s dental care

Unlike most other healthcare in New Zealand, dental care is not publicly funded, and the cost can deter people from getting treatment. While children and adolescents are entitled to free basic oral health services...

Baby on board

In the early stages of pregnancy it’s common to have many questions; suddenly it’s not just yourself that you have to look after. Rebekah Fraser speaks to midwives about how to stay healthy during pregnancy.

Moodfood and mindfood

Jody Hopkinson looks at the foods that affect the way we think and feel.

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,...

MitoQ: Making powerful magic for athletes

“I don’t get excited about supplements that easily but from my own experience, anecdotally, and subjectively I’m seeing MitoQ can make a difference,” he says.

Newborn screening: helping babies have the best start in life

The Paediatric Society of New Zealand strongly recommends metabolic screening for newborn babies.

Tai chi and qigong: exercising mindfully

Tamara Bennett explains the ins and outs of tai chi and qigong and why they're becoming more popular.
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