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Would you touch a women's chest to save her life? Women who are having a heart attack are less likely to receive CPR from a bystander - and more likely to die - according to a new study.
Adults are often to blame for their children getting fat, says an Otago Uni professors, with the number of obese kids now approaching 100,000. "They are shocking figures but I'm not shocked by them," Professor Barry Taylor said.
‘It’s no different to where we were’ – Gerry Brownlee says government back peddling from strong Pike River stance
He says the current plan is the same as what the National-led government had.
The number of obese children now numbers about 100,000 while the 1.2 million obese adults are helping to make it that way.
Lindauer is selling non-alcoholic grape juice as an alternative for adults who don’t want to drink. But because the sparkling juice is specifically being marketed as alcohol, supermarkets require ID for people who want to buy it.
Are you single and own a dog? You're going to live longer than everyone else, apparently.
Would you be willing to use your annual leave volunteering overseas?
Are crypto-currencies the future of trading? The original bitcoin is now worth more than $9,000 per coin.
Jack Tame’s getting some heat from this morning’s interview with PM Jacinda Ardern. His colleagues certainly didn't hold back.