Health

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Hilary Barry and Jack Tame give their two cents to the screening of an anti-vaccination movie.

'If you think there's a link between the MMR vaccine and autism you are wrong and stupid' - Breakfast's Hilary tells it how it is

Hilary Barry and Jack Tame give their two cents to the screening of an anti-vaccination movie.

01:25

Watch: 'Shows how vile this group is' - Dr Lance O'Sullivan slams attacks on his son by anti-vax community

Comments were made about Dr O'Sullivan's son, who has a neuro-muscular condition.

02:59
Dr Lance O’Sullivan blasts anti-vaccination gathering: 'Your presence here will cause babies to die'

Dr Lance O'Sullivan heavily criticised on social media after leaping on stage during anti-vax doco screening

The 2014 New Zealander of the Year invaded the stage during the screening of Vaxxed..

01:58
Corinda Taylor is calling on MPs to fix the mental health system.

Mother who lost son to suicide demands MPs fix 'broken' mental health system

Corinda Taylor and Densie Kent urged MPs not to "make idle election promises".

00:48
Dr O'Sullivan says taxpayer-funded healthcare professionals had no place being at a screening of 'Vaxxed' in Kaitaia.

Watch: Furious Dr Lance O'Sullivan asks why DHB staff were at anti-vax film - 'It is incompatible for you to be here'

Dr O'Sullivan said taxpayer-funded healthcare professionals had no place at the event.

ACC workers could lose their jobs if not willing to move in call centre relocation

The government agency moving 87 jobs to Hamilton and Dunedin.

02:59
Dr Lance O’Sullivan blasts anti-vaccination gathering: 'Your presence here will cause babies to die'

Watch: 'Your presence here will cause babies to die' - Dr Lance O'Sullivan stuns guests at anti-vax doco by leaping on stage to explain why their message is a killer

Dr Lance O'Sullivan told the organisers of a controversial screen of 'Vaxxed' that "your presence here will cause babies to die".

Early child care centre students to be tested after confirmed outbreak of typhoid in Palmerston North

A second person has come into contact with the infected person who they will be treated with antibiotics.

Waikato hospital and ED in overload

As a result there have been delays for patients needing surgery.

00:08
The spirit of the northern city is clear to see, the morning after an Ariana Grande concert ended in tragedy.

Manchester residents queue to donate blood in aftermath of horror terror attack

The spirit of the northern city is clear to see, the morning after an Ariana Grande concert ended in tragedy.

00:54
Figures released by Labour show the callouts take up 600 hours of police time per day and cost more than $36 million each year.

New figures show how much police time is given for mental health callouts

Labour leader Andrew Little says new figures show our mental health services are "overstretched".

03:50
The popular singer is inspiring young Kiwis through his work with Youthline.

'It pulled me down' - Stan Walker using memories of childhood physical and sexual abuse to help inspire the next generation

The popular singer is using his own experiences to inspire young Kiwis through his work with Youthline.

01:55
Scientists are investigating whether some cases could be treated with anti-inflammatory drugs.

New research draws link between depression and an overactive immune system

Scientists are investigating whether some cases could be treated with anti-inflammatory drugs.

Watch: Mike King's charity releases poignant suicide support advice video

The video gives suggestions on the right questions and advice to give when you notice someone struggling.

02:29
The Cancer Society medical director believes more government funding is crucial to speed up treatment for the 60 Kiwis a day diagnosed with cancer.

Watch: 'This is people's lives at stake' - patients unhappy at cancer treatment delays

The Cancer Society says the Government could start putting things right in this week's Budget.

02:29
The Cancer Society medical director believes more government funding is crucial to speed up treatment for the 60 Kiwis a day diagnosed with cancer.

'Any kind of delay is totally unacceptable' - Cancer Society says cancer patients suffering long waits for treatment isn't fair

Cancer Society's medical director believes more government funding is crucial help the 60 Kiwis a day diagnosed with cancer.

02:00
Meth addiction is being blamed as a key reason older family members are becoming caregivers once again.

Meth a bigger problem than booze in forcing kids into grandparents' care, charity insists

The Ministry for Vulnerable Children maintains alcohol is a bigger problem.

Two confirmed cases of measles sparks health warning

One person in Auckland and another is Christchurch have the virus.

'Highly infectious' - measles warning issued in Canterbury

The warning from health officials comes after a Christchurch man contracted measles while holidaying in Bali.

A parasite found in sushi is firmly attached to the swollen area of the abdomen.

Is a pain and vomit inducing parasite living in your sushi? Study makes worrying discovery

A worm living in contaminated raw or undercooked seafood is causing illness.

02:21
Tim Wilson meets Sarah who decided to go vegan when she became pregnant.

'Just spread some positivity out there' - the Kiwi mum who's become the queen of vegan videos

Sarah Lemkus has become an online sensation after making the change from battling bulimia as a model.

Aussie blogger opens up about 'life altering' moment her daughter, 3, overdosed on prescription medication

Stevie Niki's three-year-old child climbed a stack of chairs to reach the medication.

Kiwi scientists concerned over increasing rates of antibiotic resistance

A report has key messages for New Zealanders including simply things like hygiene.

00:19
Vicki Letele talks to Sunday having beenreleased from prison on compassionate grounds

Terminally ill former prisoner Vicki Letele remembered as 'beautiful soul with a big smile'

Vicki Letele fell sick while in prison and campaigned for better medical treatment behind bars.

01:11
So would New Zealand consider the controversial approach?

Pressure to perform weight loss surgery on obese adolescents in South Auckland says surgeon

"There's no other really good options for them," Dr Richard Babor told Seven Sharp.

03:28
For lots of people Mother's Day is an opportunity to feel grateful for all your mum does for you, but for Niki Tod, it's all a little different.

Meet the Kiwi mum who is grateful for all she can do for her kids on Mother's Day

Niki Tod has risen above a serious heart condition and feels mother's day is a chance to celebrate life.

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