Animal welfare groups have started showing big concerns towards the partial Government back down over testing party pills on dogs and several other animals.
Published in international medical journal The Lancet, a new report has been claiming that the level of traumatic brain injury problem was underestimated previously. The report has been released by AUT University's National Institute for Stroke and Applied Neuroscience.
A team of endocrinologists from Garvan Institute of Medical Research has asserted that obese patients undergoing gastric surgery to lose their weight, as they fail to bring down their weight by other means, are at high risk of long-term bone loss.
It seems that New Zealand is quite excited about the new launch of Apple. The new phone iPad Mini will be launched on November 2, and it is expected that the new launch will see heavy rush in the country.
Vitamin D is known to serve many advantages to the body but thinking that its supplements can help you control or ward off your common cold would be wrong, revealed the findings of the new study that has contradicted several of the previous research suggesting that the vitamin and its supplements might have a protective effect upon the condition.
Two elderly women died after eating ready-to-eat meat supplied to them in Hawke’s Bay Hospital. Following an investigation, traces of listeria were found in their food.
However, it is hard to identify these sources as the main culprit of a listeria outbreak in New Zealand, as said by food experts of New Zealand.
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