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  1. Everyday exercise

    Keeping your body moving is one of the best things you can do for your health. A busy life can make it hard for you to find the time to go to the gym or play sport, but there are lots of little ways…

  2. The risks of sitting too much

    Many of us spend much of our day sitting down. Even if we exercise regularly, the rest of the time that we spend not moving can be bad for us. Researchers have found that too much sitting is linked…

  3. Telephony system

    A telephony system, also known as effective phone call management, is the first point of contact for the majority of patients wishing to access general practice.

  4. Be My Eyes app

    An app that connects people who are blind or with vision impairment to sighted volunteers for visual assistance through a live video call.

  5. Mindfulness – personal story

    When Aucklander Andrew Gardiner, 44, found out he had high blood pressure, he sprang into action. He changed his diet & started working out regularly in the gym. Even though he lost 40kg of weight,…

  6. Workplace safety

    None of us go to work with the intention of injuring ourselves or others, but in 2016, 233,000 claims were made to ACC by Kiwis injured at work.

  7. Case study

    Improving access with a better telephony system Otara Family and Christian Health Centre (OFCHC) has improved its efficiency and increased access for patients by implementing a telephony system to…

  8. Deep vein thrombosis

    Deep vein thrombosis occurs when a blood clot (also called thrombus) forms in one or more of the deep veins in your body, usually in your legs.

  9. Ankylosing spondylitis

    Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a form of inflammatory arthritis involving the spine. Pain and stiffness in the back and neck are common symptoms. Men are affected by AS more often than women. AS can…

  10. Programmes & courses – all health conditions

    Whatever health condition(s) you have, there are things you can learn and do to take control, improve your well-being and reduce problems arising. Below are some programmes and courses other people…