Northland's top-end Carrington Resort will now be called Peppers Carrington since it has been bought by China's Shanghai CRED Real Estate. American owner Paul Kelly sold this luxurious resort on Karikari peninsula to one of the largest real estate developers in Shanghai.
Teeth are vital part of the body and need to be cared properly. It is absolutely true that allowing kids to get up and brush their teeth is a bit tough task for them.
There is a need to educate the children in Northland about the dental health hygiene, says an oral health promoter.
While she led a completely care-free life before turning pregnant, Northland mother-to-be Helen Christie had to make such changes around her drinking that she earlier believed as a no-brainer.
A 14-month-old girl had contracted Meningococcal B disease and despite being seen by a doctor, she died hours later. A recent report has revealed that the death of the girl and her failure to fight the illness is now being probed by a group.
As many as 47 cases have been registered of whooping cough in Northland and it is considered to the biggest number till date in the region. This has made Northland District Health Board to ask parents to get their children vaccinated against whooping cough, as children are easy target for whooping cough bacteria.
Northland has currently been facing a huge outbreak of whooping cough, a fatal illness, and therefore, parents are being asked strictly to get their children vaccinated against the same, a report has found recently.
District Health Board of the region has been urging parents to help prevent the disease from spreading further by getting boosters themselves as well as immunizing infants and small children.
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