Killer cancer doctors don't detect

Apple chief executive Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer in 2011.

10:26 AM  Pancreatic cancer statistics are shocking, but would you know the symptoms?

Do you really need a gym? 

Push-ups – lots and lots of them – are back in fitness fashion.

No weights or equipment? No worries. You have all you need already.

Obesity: The kindness cure

Overeaters are very hard on themselves, so we need to try to help them develop a compassionate relationship with themselves.

Fat shaming is more likely to worsen a weight problem, so we need to switch from judgmental to comforting.

Staying healthy while travelling

Dr Libby Weaver.

A holiday is not just about seeing the sights - you need to stay fit to enjoy your time there, says Dr Libby.

'I am proud of surviving abuse'

Australian actress Rachael Taylor.

Actress Rachael Taylor was once trapped in a cycle of violence. But she's not ashamed.

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Call for condom emoji

11:28 AM  Avid emoji users may soon be pairing their suggestive aubergines and donuts with an icon which promotes safe sex. 

The disease that crippled Jonah Lomu

11:22 AM  Jonah Lomu's patronage of Kidney Kids raised much needed funds and awareness.

The killer cancer doctors don't detect

Who needs a gym? You've got this

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Make like a model this summer

Most of us will live the model life like this crew but we can still be fit and trim.

While I know I'll never be six feet tall with the hips of a young boy, I can still be fit and healthy, right?

The 'untouched potential of mind'

Lisa Wheeler has treated a woman who struggled with decisions as basic as what type of lip balm to buy.

Jeff Nichols puts writer Gary Nunn through his paces with an exhausting rope challenge.

Train like a Navy SEAL

There's training hard, and then there's training like a SEAL. Think you could hack it?

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Summer Starter offers American experience

Marie Smith, who was diagnosed with stomach cancer last year, finished The Press Summer Starter fun run with her son and partner.

Tracy Hapi has lost 92kg in two years and gone from a size 34 to a 14.

For girl with cancer, robot brings normalcy

Peyton Walton uses a robot to attend her classes whilst she lays in a hospital bed 250 miles away in New York.

Katie and Steven Prescott are thrilled to be home, after their epic 15-month journey which has seen them cycle through 21 countries, before arriving in Waiuku. To their surprise, a large group of family and friends were awaiting their arrival.

Pedalling Prescotts are finally home

As Steven Prescott and his wife Katie cycled into Waiuku on Friday after 15 months of pedalling around the world, a surprise gathering of friends and family were waiting to greet them.

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