Newsletter August 2021

October 2021 Newsletter

October 2021 Newsletter Health literacy month October is health literacy month.  If you and your whānau are looking for free, plain language health resources, the Health Navigator NZ website is the place to go. COVID-19 and pregnancy Being pregnant (hapū) during the COVID-19 pandemic has made many people anxious about their own health and that of their unborn …

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Newsletter August 2021

September 2021 Newsletter

SEPTEMBER 2021 Newletter Health care during lockdown Healthcare services in Aotearoa New Zealand are still available at all alert levels, but they operate differently at each level. Read about the options available during this time. Taking care of yourself and your whānau during lockdown Staying at home helps keep you, your whānau and community safer by stopping …

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July 2021 Newsletter

July 2021 Newsletter Whooping cough Whooping cough (also known as pertussis) is an infectious disease that causes coughing and difficulty breathing. Find out when to see a doctor and what you can do to prevent it. How do I manage tinnitus? Tinnitus is hearing noise or ringing in your ears without a sound from outside. It …

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June 2021 Newsletter

June 2021 Breathing difficulties in children Children can have serious breathing problems that need urgent medical attention. Learn how to recognise signs that mean your child is struggling to breathe. Living well with epilepsy Epilepsy is often a lifelong condition, although most people with epilepsy live normal lives with well-controlled seizures. Here are some tips …

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