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Mystery as to why half Auckland measles patients ending up at hospital
Inspecting teeth is made easier with a digital camera that reaches right around every molar.
New technology allows dentists to see patients remotely in region with high rate of tooth decay in children
The Southland town's maternity centre was downgraded to a “hub” because of low numbers.
Ardern to 'have another look' at Southland maternity services after roadside Lumsden birth
Her comments come after news a Whangārei toddler with rotten teeth was sent home to wait it out for five months.
Jacinda Ardern concerned over 'long lead times' kids with serious dental issues may be facing
Chris Fleming made the statement after a Southland mother gave birth on a roadside near Lumsden.
Southland DHB boss says ambulance 'entirely an appropriate place' to give birth
New diagnosis of HIV in New Zealand is declining, but the numbers are increasing for gay Māori men.
Condom wallet competition underway with aim of preventing HIV among young Māori
Toddler waits five months for treatment for rotten teeth, abscesses
'This is unacceptable' - Southland woman gives birth roadside after local maternity centre downgraded
The retail giants entering the market are offering "free prescriptions" and cheaper products but some in the industry are concerned the focus on price means a lack of attention on patient care.
Local pharmacies under threat as chemist giants move into industry
This comes after a 10th person died while on Mt Everest this climbing season.
'It's a very serious situation' - Peter Hilary shares thoughts on overcrowding on Mount Everest
Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter in attendance to a motorcross bike crash
Waikato man airlifted to hospital in serious condition after motorcross accident
Blood sample positive with syphilis
Public warned as Auckland faces a syphilis outbreak
Experts urge businesses to prioritise employees' wellbeing
After decades of difficulties and depression, Claire Freeman made a major about turn on her wish to live and is now determined to save others’ lives.
Disabled after car crash and previously suicidal, woman now opposes euthanasia law change
An Auckland dad says his son’s life was saved because rescue helicopters now have emergency trauma doctors on board 24 hours a day.
'It saved my son's life' - Auckland father grateful for doctors on rescue helicopters
Sexual health experts are worried not enough people are taking up a publicly-funded drug that prevents the transmission of HIV with estimates that fewer than a quarter of the 4000 eligible are taking up the offer.
Health experts raise concerns for low uptake of drug which prevents HIV transmission
Partygoers warned after fourth measles case found in Wellington
Pic Picot refused to allow macular degeneration to hold him back. In fact, he turned it into an advantage.
How Nelson's peanut butter king used his failing eyesight to help his business thrive
Research shows the risk of testicular cancer for firefighters is double that of other jobs.
Calls for law to acknowledge high rates of cancer among firefighters - ‘Dying at record numbers’
Drug Detection Agency CEO Kirk Hardy discusses the Government’s plans for a public consultation on the issue.
Public know 'probably very little' about drug driver testing, expert says
A pilot study into the hearing of high school-aged children has some alarming results.
How bad are headphones for the hearing of young people?
It’s thought up to 3000 students could be affected.
Northland DHB offers to check schools for vaccination status
Alfred Ngaro could front a conservative Christian party at the next election, and he’s already making headlines.
Abortion debate: Does Crimes Act make women feel like criminals?
Jane Stevens is calling for the PM to step in and provide mediation in her ongoing dispute with Waikato DHB.
Mum of mental health patient Nicky Stevens, who died while in care, has positive meeting with 'sincere' Jacinda Ardern
Some argue that the filter, which Snapchat calls a "lens," could be a therapeutic tool that leads to self-discovery.
Gender filter stirs emotions for some trans people
Mel B was 'very, very scared' over vision loss
Emergency department nurse Liana Penney talks to Breakfast about her decision to work overseas.
Kiwi nurse says she moved to Australia because she was 'burnt out' and 'underpaid'
New Zealand Medical Association’s Chair Kate Baddock spoke to Breakfast about the issue.
Euthanasia bill 'goes against the ethics of our profession' - Medical Association chair says
1 NEWS has learned an internal dispute over where the money should be spent could see ambulance officers strike.
St John staff could walk off job despite Government giving ambulance services $21m
The list of popular baby names is out.
Teething gel withdrawn in South Australia over safety concerns