Two contract workers and one Fonterra employee admitted to hospital.
For the first time in his life, Nic Coulton wants to tell people about his epilepsy.
Angela Sunkel's family donate money to support patients with cancer.
MidCentral District Health Board is being urged to keep up the pace on its mental health overhaul.
More emphasis needs to be placed on curbing alcohol abuse among elderly people, Alcohol and Drug Dependence programme director says.
Otago university study suggests fat-phobic attitudes may be taught by mums.
Michael Ross wouldn't let his chemotherapy stop him from running in his race for survival.
As ulcer bacteria learn to fight off standard cures, a new treatment emerges.
A simple and low-cost screening could have saved Josh and many others from sudden arrhythmic death syndrome.
According to leading doctors, males could carry a baby to term in the next five years thanks to uterus transplants.
Sales of bacon remain steady in NZ despite a report linking consumption and cancer.
The first half of this year saw a record number of complaints about public healthcare.
Blenheim residential treatment centre to shorten treatment times at the request of DHB.
Woman took heart pills instead of anti-depressants for nearly three months in pill mix-up.
A man accused of faking his qualifications to practice as a psychiatrist for the Waikato District Health Board is facing fresh charges.
Changes to gynaecological services in the Hutt Valley will see more GPs performing procedures that gynaecologists had previously done the majority of.
The people of Wellington have spoken, and they want to be smoke-free.
Residents at a Christchurch drug and alcohol rehab centre have another habit to give up - smoking.
Doctors are alarmed at the unprecedented discovery of a superbug found in chickens that has now jumped across to infect people around New Zealand.
Patients would regularly say, "you're the only person who knows I have depression".
3D technology is creating a digital wedge in dentistry with early adopters taking the plunge, but most happy to stick with the status quo.
Algae found in four South Canterbury rivers could make people sick, says South Canterbury DHB.
Christchurch surgeon takes aim at own professional body for failing those with unmet health needs.
Emma Gleaves' death has not been in vain. Five people are alive because of her.
Rebecca O'Donnell was 30 weeks' pregnant when she found a pea-sized lump in her breast.
What do you think of New World's newest offering - bulk bins of pre-cut vegetables?
Two fatal crashes in two months by tourists not enough to recommend changes.
Born with a disorder that affected every part of her life, a Kiwi teen's fight to be seen has normal has inspired kids around the world.
Infertility among Southland and Otago women is a bigger problem than previously believed, a study has found.
Twenty-two month old Maddox Parker never walked or talked but to his father he "climbed a thousand mountains and spoke a thousand words".