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Help at hand for morbidly obese Taranaki people

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A new Taranaki District Health Board initiative will offer the weight-loss bariatric surgery - also called stomach stapling – to four morbidly obese Taranaki people each year.

WHO research: New Zealanders drink 750 stubbies a year

 New Zealanders drink 750 stubbies a yearSome “extraordinary” figures pertaining to the drinking culture in New Zealand have been brought to light by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health – with the 9.6 litres of average pure alcohol levels among the Kiwis being noticeably more than the 6.1-litre global average!


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