With March recognised as Brain Awareness Month, Professor Tim Anderson provides an insight into Parkinson’s, the fastest growing neurological disorder. It is estimated to affect more than 6 million people worldwide.
Pilot programme Kai for Kids has been providing free lunches to the children at Netherby School in Mid Canterbury for the last two terms of 2020 – with the aim of continuing this service into 2021 and extending to other schools in the district. All thanks to the generosity of donors through the Advance Ashburton Community Foundation.
Being able to accept and manage feelings through challenge and change is essential to our wellbeing. Dr Libby Weaver explains.
High on the Port Hills above Christchurch is a place that offers hope to children and families in need of support, Te Ao Marama.
Varicose veins are swollen and twisted veins that you can see just under the surface of the skin. They most often occur in the legs and can cause pain, blood clots, skin ulcers and various other problems. But they are easier and quicker to repair than you might think!
We talk to Nutrient Rescue CEO Tejada Stark about why you need to consider upping your intake of organic fruit and vegetables to enjoy a fully functioning body and mind.