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Sales of probiotic products in the community generate billions of dollars worldwide, yet many of the health claims made by the...
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Professor Sir Mason Durie writes about traditional healing (rongoa) with respect to mental health.
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A new study suggests that taking antioxidant supplements, especially vitamin A, vitamin E or beta-carotene, does not prevent ageing...
Rongoā Māori is an important aspect of health care to many Māori, representing diversity of practice and a holistic...
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Assessing the risk and benefit of alternative therapy for GI conditions
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The role of primary care clinicians in improving outcomes for people with ADHD.
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