An Opunake woman has turned tragedy into the gift of life with a remarkable act of charity.
Health records from Carrington Psychiatric Hospital have shed light on how mental health patients were treated more than a century ago.
People who visited Rotorua gondola over Easter should check themselves for measles.
Funding for Alzheimer's disease support in the Waikato is a fraction of what other district health boards offer, despite its importance and the increasing need.
A nurse who inherited $300,000 from neighbours she cared for is cleared of wrongdoing.
A midwife who failed the required training courses continued to care for expectant parents.
Patients can trust expert nurses to diagnose tricky complaints, according to research.
The future of Wellington's drinking water supply could be under threat from rising sea levels.
A paraplegic says he had to drive for hours so ACC documents sent to him in error could be destroyed.
Everyone forgets things, but those memory lapses do not necessarily presage the onset of dementia.
Dietitians warn that bigger is not better when it comes to Easter chocolate.
Doctors say meningitis could be almost entirely eliminated in NZ as early as the end of 2015.
Most users of cannabis would not use more if the drug became legal, survey reveals.
A couple are $25,000 out of pocket after decontaminating their home which was once used as a p-lab.
A gastro-bug has struck around 10 Waikato Hospital staff over the past week.
A potentially life-saving operation for a Lower Hutt toddler has been called off, leaving no more treatment options.
Should fluoride in water be the responsibility of central government?