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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Health & Safety articles  Health & Safety
    Hemp seeds to be allowed in food in NZ
     28 April 2017
    Muffins and other foods with hemp seeds in them will soon be legal in New Zealand.
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    Superbug a 'serious threat' to Kiwis
    28 Apr: Microbiologists say a super bug, resistant to almost all treatments, poses a "serious and urgent threat" to Kiwis after a rise in recent cases.... more
    Ethnic differences in depression diagnosis
    28 Apr: Depression is under-diagnosed among Maori, Pacific and Asian New Zealanders, compared with those of European descent, a study has found.... more
    Acupuncturist criticised over left needle
    25 Apr: An acupuncturist has been found to have breached her patient's rights by not telling him that she was leaving a needle in place to prolong his treatment.... more
    Abano to sue biggest shareholder
    20 Apr: Abano will sue its biggest shareholder Healthcare Partners for unpaid costs stemming from an attempt to wrest control of the medical services investor.... more
    Reactions to mental health report
    19 Apr: The government has rejected calls for an inquiry after a report found more than 90 per cent of respondents felt frustrated by the mental health system.... more
    Pharmac rejects funding tampons
    19 Apr: Pharmac has rejected an application to fund women's sanitary products, saying the products don't fall in its scope.... more
    'Knowledge gaps' over new mums' depression
    18 Apr: More funding and training for midwives is needed to prevent delays in diagnosing and treating women with perinatal depression or anxiety, a study has found.... more
    Oceania shares near bottom of IPO range
    13 Apr: Oceania Healthcare will raise $200 million in an initial public offering after a bookbuild process priced the offer near the bottom of the indicative range.... more
    More Aust kids surviving leukaemia: study
    12 Apr: Leukaemia is the most common cancer in children worldwide, accounting for a third of cancer cases in children nine and under.... more

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