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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Health & Safety articles  Health & Safety
    NZ mothers below breastfeeding guidelines
     1 December 2017
    Just one New Zealand baby in six is being breastfed for as long as international guidelines recommend, a study of 6000 children has shown.
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    NZ shares rise in $1.4b-plus day
    30 Nov 2017: New Zealand shares have gained on a day when turnover topped $1.4 billion, with trading dominated by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Contact Energy.... more
    Mentally ill more likely to be tasered
    30 Nov 2017: People in mental distress are more likely to be tasered by police and make up almost 20 per cent of all incidents where police use force, a report has found.... more
    Murray's travel leads to stricter policies
    30 Nov 2017: Former Waikato District Health Board chief Nigel Murray's travel habits have been criticised and will lead to a change in policy.... more
    Pacific Edge narrows 1H loss, costs down
    29 Nov 2017: Cancer diagnostics company Pacific Edge narrowed its first-half loss after clamping down on costs by ditching a staff share scheme and lifting revenue.... more
    Obstetrician criticised after twin's death
    27 Nov 2017: An obstetrician has been criticised in a report into the death of a twin during child birth.... more
    Toilet art shed light on gut health
    26 Nov 2017: Forty-six-year-old soiled toilet paper collected by a Kiwi artist has helped shed new light on gut health and the bacteria living inside everyone.... more
    NZ shares mixed; Ryman and Stride gain
    24 Nov 2017: New Zealand shares were mixed on Friday, with Ryman Healthcare and Stride Property making gains while Port of Tauranga and A2 Milk Co declined.... more
    NZ shares fall, led by A2, Kathmandu
    23 Nov 2017: New Zealand shares fell on Thursday, led by A2 Milk and Kathmandu Holdings while Ryman Healthcare gained following its results.... more
    Another lung disease making comeback
    23 Nov 2017: Thoracic health experts are calling for urgent action to protect young tradesmen from developing silicosis, a lung disease that has re-emerged in Australia.... more

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