The difficulty at the heart of studying depression, anxiety and self-injury
Issue 3978 9th Sep 2016
The danger of surveying people prone to self-injury is that it could trigger a new episode.
Best Wines: Imported red wines that won’t break the bank
Issue 3978 8th Sep 2016
If you’re after good, cheap reds, check out this buying guide to imported wines that won’t break the bank.
“Flying is the high-vis side of VTE, but it causes a minority of blood clots,” says Auckland haematologist Claire McLintock
Issue 3979 7th Sep 2016
Nurses have good reason to get hospital patients out of bed as often as possible.
Why you shouldn’t shower, swim, sleep or snooze with contact lens in
Issue 3978 5th Sep 2016
Contact-lens wearers risk their sight by not being scrupulous about hygiene.
Why dried fruits could be next on the nutritionists’ hit list
Issue 3977 31st Aug 2016
Refined sugars are top of nutritionists’ hit list. Dried fruits, which you might imagine are beyond reproach, may not be far behind.
If conservatism is gaining ground, perhaps we can blame world events
Issue 3977 26th Aug 2016
“To New Zealanders of any age, adopting an ideological stance is akin to obscenely exposing oneself.”
Lick of death: How one woman’s pet almost killed her
Issue 3976 26th Aug 2016
Many of us enjoy friendly licks from our furry companions, but one woman’s affectionate pet nearly killed her.