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I tērā tau i timata a Toi Tangata te mahi tahi me nga roopu no National Hauora Coalition, Ko Awatea, Mana Kidz, Counties Manukau Health me Turuki Healthcare. Ko te kaupapa ko te hanga i etahi rauemi tautoko i te ao kai mo te Māori...

What is iron and why do we need it?  Rino (iron) produces a molecule called haemoglobin which carries hāora (oxygen) around our tinana. It is also important for our immune function and hauora.  There are two types of rino; haeme and non-haeme. Every day you should include...

The  possibilities and innovations in the digital space  are opening up new ways in which to engage with our Māori communities. Technology can provide opportunities to connect more whānau with their whakapapa, marae, iwi, iwi histories, tikanga, etc through virtual technologies - thus improving identity,...

The Lifestyle Medicine Conference 2019, held in Auckland in June, brought together the theme of Innovation and Intervention, Environment and Equity with a focus on health equity and the environment, innovative policy and practical intervention. It supported a comprehensive approach to the chronic and lifestyle-related disease...

We are looking for a project coordinator to join our wonderful team! About the role This newly developed role includes tasks as delegated by the CEO which align with the Board’s updated strategic plan. We are a small team and are looking for a person who is...

This baked one pot chickpea curry with cauliflower and potatoes takes no more than 15 minutes to whip up. Slow cooking it in the oven gives you hands free time to catch up on household mahi or to play a quick game with the tamariki,...