Seven-year-old Amy Ross is a girl on a mission. And she's not letting cystic fibrosis slow her down.
Coconut oil shouldn't be used as regular cooking oil despite being trendy, says the heart foundation.
Risk of the disease reaching NZ is remote, but we should be prepared for the worst, minister says.
Rowdy late-night drunks at hospitals are scaring other people away, emergency doctor says.
After receiving devastating cancer news, Jenny Kennedy turned inward, and discovered a new life.
A rogue flu strain has surfaced in NZ, infecting even those who have been vaccinated.
The gait of early-stage Parkinson's patients holds key to predicting how their condition will progress.
Controls over the sale of psychoactive substances are 'wasteful, embarrassing, stupid' say councils.
Banning woodburners will put a further 7500 city households into 'fuel poverty', report says.
Massey University sends out all-campus alert after meningococcal disease confirmed on its Wellington campus.
Sometimes it takes a nasty shock to the system to make us look at what's important in life.
Cancer survivor Vanessa Kaye complained of pain but was refused tests, until it was far too late.
Tens of thousands of fireplaces could be snuffed out in Auckland within four years, under a new anti-pollution bylaw.
I have a chronic illness nobody likes to discuss. It involves toilet talk and nobody has time for that.
Life-changing surgery means Maddy Dorrington can live life on two legs instead of two wheels.
Kiwi nurse can't put expertise to good use in Ebola-stricken country, as insurance costs skyrocket.
Should fluoride in water be the responsibility of central government?