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Friends who met while in the depths of substance addiction release second album.
COMMENT: Big Marijuana will act similar to gambling, tobacco and alcohol industries.
Comment: Health code obliges providers, alternative or not, to fully inform consumers.
New York Times: The predominant effects are cosmetic. The consequences are emotional.
New York Times: Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs.
Rakesh Kumar Chawdhry is now out on parole after being jailed for the offending.
Dr Nigel Murray in battle to protect attempts to hide report into his spending while CEO.
Could living without mirrors be the best thing for self esteem and self realisation?
COMMENT: Does an overall higher well-being, paradoxically, make life worse for some?
Waikato DHB has been ordered to apologise to Melanie Harding over the care of baby Riley.
Spending time with the experts as they trace infections and attempt to prevent the spread.
Editorial: Care and caution are required to ward off complacency around immunisation.
John Hanlon, who had a string of hit songs in the 70s, has a rare terminal kidney disease
Pharmac is considering the drug, but not until April. Patients are calling for urgency.
Women declined treatment: "We know we can help with surgery, but we don't have capacity."
Sadly the announcement is too late for thousands.
Angry about the measles outbreak? Be careful where you target it, writes Kyle MacDonald.
Data shows from 1992 to 2009 at least Auckland 5000 kids a year were not fully vaccinated.
Measles is spreading rapidly across Auckland
EDITORIAL: Measles is a risk for the 11,500 students heading to the games next week.
COMMENT: Next year's referendum may be the only chance for reform in a generation.
This could be the beginning of real change around cancer if we all 'lean in'.
New York Times: A surge of severe lung ailments baffles doctors in the US.
Just 77 per cent of six-month-old babies are now getting their vaccines on time.
Sticking to a weekly workout is tough. Could a 30 day yoga challenge be the answer?
When it comes to dairy we should take a big-picture view, says Niki Bezzant.
"It's awesome. Now, I'll be able to hear my family's voices," says Charlie with a grin.
"As an institution we fitted the definitions which described racism."
COMMENT: There have been discussions around food in schools programmes for years.
We say: So today the Herald on Sunday asks that you please don't assume you're vaccinated.
Lars Jacobsen almost died in a 2018 boxing bout yet will run this year's New York Marathon
After he was finally told, the cancer had spread but it wasn't picked up again.
How much do retirement villages contribute to the local economy?
When was the last time a man opened up to you and told you how he's really feeling?
EDs at crisis point: "Dangerous" practice puts patients at extreme risk.
New York Times: It can take years or even decades to reverse medical convention.
Public Health should have a way of collecting proper data about what goes into the air.
Hand-washing failures spark "huge concern" it's accelerating the spread of deadly bugs.
Comment: Increased funding will not fix the myriad of problems inherent in the system.
Financial Times: The cult gym brand has launched its first hotel.
Concerns about advertising and injuries were investigated years before one mum complained.
Most school lunches contain fresh produce - but the experts still worry.
Olympic gold medallist Eric Murray has a new challenge - spending more time with his son.
An alarming number of Kiwis are deficient in iron.
Busy mum Megan Wood tries HIIPA, a workout trend that requires no extra time in your day.
A dentist can perform orthodontic work without training as a specialist orthodontist.
Patients who require more orthodontic work to reverse mistakes can suffer dental burnout.
Flowers, butterflies and birds could soon adorn cancer survivor's breast.
Two investigations into possible "serious adverse events" are ongoing.
We say: Chewing over which is the healthiest snack bar to buy? Then read on.