The Mental Health Foundation has requested people to not only be attentive and kind towards the sufferings of various people but to also take care of their personal wellbeing by indulging themselves into various activities.
The District Health Board for the Bay of Plenty is currently undertaking an initiative to improve the provision of health care across the region. The new implementations that will be undertaken by the health board would involve an integration of all the health facilities in the district.
The new changes will help the DHB in achieving its objective of providing better and a wider range of facilities to people as close to their residence as possible.
A paper released by the University of Auckland has called for recognizing child sex abuse as a public health issue.
The document appeared in the Women & Health journal is based on the study of the needs of survivors. It brought out the problems and challenges that female child sexual abuse survivors experienced when seeking health services.
The Ministry of Health has announced to file an appeal next month. The decision came following the High Court ruling last week that parents caring for disabled adult children can access financial support.
Moreover, the Solicitor General recently extended a confirmation that he will seek leave to appeal.
Joanna Ginter cherishes the assistance extended by blood donors who helped save the life of her daughter Esme last December. Esme was born 14 weeks premature after Ginter had a fatal complication during pregnancy.
Esme was in an urgent need of eight blood transfusions in order to survive. Ginter met with blood donors recently and extended thanks.
Group of researchers in Switzerland and Germany will be soon finding a better beverage that will help in the digestion of fondue. Fondue, is a dish made by melting cheese.