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Dermatologists are alarmed that 'Sephora kids' - an offshore trend of very young children using adult skincare products - appears to be happening here too.
Love them or hate them, could mushrooms be the key to good health. Stacey Morrison focuses on functional fungi in the latest episode of Healthy or Hoax. Audio
Researchers are making some headway tackling a problem that New Zealand has a shameful record in - childhood obesity. Audio
Paramedics are warning patients could die if Hato Hone St John goes ahead with plans to take ambulances off the road, to avoid paying staff to cover for sick colleagues. The emergency ambulance… Audio
Emma Wright always thought raising children to feel good about their bodies involved teaching healthy eating habits with giving praise for being gorgeous just the way they are. She's written a book… Audio
The ambulance workers' union says it's "unacceptable" cost-cutting is putting lives at risk.
Scrapping the act will leave thousands exposed to dodgy medical devices, warn experts.
Patient safety advocates warn scrapping the new Therapeutic Products Act will leave thousands of New Zealanders exposed to harm from dodgy medical devices.
The Act, which has yet to come into force… Audio
Donkey thefts and slaughter across the continent are part of a controversial global trade in donkey skin.
The country's largest medical imaging business is looking at adding a shareholder model that it up till recently was deploring as bad for patients.
Advocates for children and youth in care are calling for mental health training for all Oranga Tamariki caregivers in the wake of the Auditor-General's report this week.
Goodnature co-founder and ethical pest control expert Craig Bond joins us on the show to share his top tips for keeping your home - or supermarket! - rat free. Audio
Dr Nick Fuller from the University of Sydney joins Jim to discuss weight loss trends. Audio
A leading virologist warns the predominant in flu strain in New Zealand currently is particularly risky for elderly people.
Funds doubled for nurse practitioner training programme placements, as Health NZ works to grow their ranks.
Three Māori researchers are receiving funding for their research into improving cancer care and addressing health inequities which see cancer disproportionately affect Māori.
Sleep is fundamental to our survival, hence why we dedicate a third of our lives to it. Audio
Comedian's comedian Emma Lange is bringing a show to the fringe festival, based on her experience of a malignant, incurable brain tumor. Audio
A Nelson mother is taking Risk Direct to the Disputes Tribunal after it used a photo of her and her son in an advertisement.
A former Health NZ employee is facing charges over the leak of personal information.