The Marmageddon effect video

The thought of Marmite not being available, led to people obsessing, craving and buying over-priced jars of Marmite.

The mere thought of food being restricted can trigger cravings and over-eating.

'No apologies' for fat-shaming

Some women feel worthless because their bodies are less than the socially dictated perfect - but the answer doesn't lie ...

OPINION: Adelaide gym remains unapologetic about its "before and after" post, going so far as to thank "the haters".

When colds turn bad

Symptoms of pneumonia might come on rapidly, but can develop gradually on the back of a "normal" cold.

Thousands of people run the risk of contracting pnenumonia this winter. Here are some of the warning signs.

Truth about sugar and cancer video

Too much sugar - not sugar itself - puts us at an increased risk for certain cancers, say experts.

Too much sugar - not sugar itself - puts us at an increased risk for certain cancers, say experts.

Nicola Robinson's 'biggest regret'

"I was just so ashamed of myself," revealed the model.

"I was just so ashamed of myself," revealed the model.

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A revolutionary look at suicide

Paora (Paora Joseph and Tama (Niwa Whatuira) feature in the dramatic narrative that flows through Māui's Hook.

REVIEW: The tales of each whānau in Parora Joseph's movie are devastating in their brave honesty.

Road rage: forgive and forget

Everyone makes mistakes, especially behind the wheel. But own up to it and move on.

Bringing a baby to pilates

A Wellingtonian's guide to te reo

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Road rage: forgive and forget

Sure, express your annoyance, but don't dwell on it.

Everyone makes mistakes, especially behind the wheel. But own up to it and move on.

The benefits of the walking school bus

OPINION: Why walking is the driving force behind a safe school run.

Never underestimate the number of endorphins, oxytocin and other pleasurable chemicals that come from being massaged.

Massage eases the stresses of your day

Just an hour on the massage table can help relieve stress.

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Where are they now?

Shoe designer Kathryn Wilson is now one of New Zealand's most well known designers.

For the past 20 years, AMP has helped Kiwis achieve their dreams with annual AMP Scholarships that provide the stepping stone between setting a goal and achieving it.

Dry July a sobering experience

It's easy to slip into the habit of pouring yourself a drink - rewiring your brain takes a bit more work.

Annaleese Jochems' prize-winning novel Baby has been a New Zealand publishing sensation.

Can't find a job? Maybe write a novel.

A 24-year-old from Northland's prize-winning novel is a publishing sensation.

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