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    A man is in Auckland City Hospital with swelling of the brain after contracting measles
     19 September 2019
    A man is in Auckland City Hospital with swelling of the brain after contracting measles
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    Obesity in New Zealand children has been overestimated for the past three years
    18 Sep: Obesity in New Zealand children has been overestimated for the past three years... more
    A measles alert for Dunedin and Southland
    18 Sep: A measles alert for Dunedin and Southland... more
    Sudden hearing loss is a medical emergency, but doctors can miss the signs
    17 Sep: Helen knew something was wrong as soon as she woke up. The world was suddenly mono — she couldn't hear out of her right ear.... more
    Measles cases in New Zealand have surpassed the US total
    17 Sep: Measles cases in New Zealand have surpassed the US total... more
    The measles outbreak in Auckland is yet to peak, as the latest shipment of vaccines gets set to be distributed around the country
    16 Sep: The measles outbreak in Auckland is yet to peak, as the latest shipment of vaccines gets set to be distributed around the country... more
    Westland Milk is continuing to investigate an accidental chemical leak at its Hokitika factory
    16 Sep: Westland Milk is continuing to investigate an accidental chemical leak at its Hokitika factory... more
    American health officials are urging people to stop kissing their chickens
    15 Sep: American health officials are urging people to stop kissing their chickens... more
    The Pharmaceutical Society says increasing the number of vaccination sites is crucial in preventing disease outbreaks
    15 Sep: The Pharmaceutical Society says increasing the number of vaccination sites is crucial in preventing disease outbreaks... more
    Traditional Maori woven basinets have helped reduced infant mortality rates but it's only targeting part of the problem
    14 Sep: Traditional Maori woven basinets have helped reduced infant mortality rates but it's only targeting part of the problem... more

     Most Popular Recent Health & Safety News
     30 Aug: A warning for schools to make sure their staff have had the measles jab ++++++++++
     28 Aug: Auckland's Manurewa High School cancells mayoral campaign event due to measles outbreak ++++++++
     02 Sep: Health authorities are supporting Auckland schools concerned about possible measles at a school ball over the weekend +++++++
     05 Sep: Primary school advises parents not to send unimmunised children to Queenstown ski field +++++++
     02 Sep: The Children's Commissioner says schools need a circuit breaker, in order to stop bullying +++++++
     12 Sep: New measles warnings for the Waikato ++++++
     31 Aug: People have been making the most of pop-up clinics to get a measles vaccination in South Auckland today +++++


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