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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Health & Safety articles  Health & Safety
    Spike in asthma attacks expected
     20 January 2017
    An asthma support group has urged parents to prepare ahead of an expected spike in asthma attacks among students returning to school after the holidays.
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    Man dies on Auckland to Melbourne flight
    19 Jan: Qantas flight QF152 heading from Auckland to Melbourne had to turn back half an hour after take off because a man aboard suffered a heart attack and died.... more
    South Island norovirus outbreak over: DOC
    17 Jan: The Department of Conservation and Nelson Marlborough Health say the norovirus outbreak is over, and a tramping track is back in use.... more
    B'desh skipper leaves Basin by ambulance
    16 Jan: Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim has been taken to hospital after being hit in the back of the helmet at the Basin Reserve.... more
    Global markets lead local shares lower
    13 Jan: New Zealand shares fell, led lower by global markets, with ANZ and A2 Milk Co down while Vital Healthcare Property Trust gained.... more
    Thailand floods: Death toll rises to 36 with more heavy rain predicted to hit later in week
    12 Jan: The death toll from floods in southern Thailand rises to 36 with at least one major hospital, an airport and several highways still closed.... more
    Toxic shellfish warning for Northland
    12 Jan: The Ministry for Primary Industries has issued a warning against eating shellfish taken from a part of the Northland coast.... more
    Benefits to school sugar policies: study
    11 Jan: School policies restricting sugary drinks and food can be a useful means of improving the health of children's teeth, an Auckland study has found.... more
    Poor nutrition common in women, study says
    11 Jan: A new study has found women's health can be significantly harmed if they fail to eat enough food to fuel the amount of exercise they do.... more
    Toxic shellfish warnings remain in force
    10 Jan: Health warnings against eating shellfish taken from parts of the Bay of Plenty and the Canterbury coast remain in effect, officials say.... more

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