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Scoop.co.nz
Marijuana use increases risks in pregnancyMonday, 2 May 2016, 1:52 pmPress Release: University of Auckland For Immediate
Marijuana use increases risks in pregnancy
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 hours ago
Monday, 2 May 2016, 1:52 pmPress Release: University of Auckland For Immediate UseMedia Release - University of Auckland - 02 May 2016Women using marijuana during... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Primary Issue: Quality of school report cards a 'lottery' - The Primary Issuesupport children at home, the proportion including such information had diminis
The Primary Issue: Quality of school report cards a 'lottery' - The Primary Issue
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
support children at home, the proportion including such information had diminished over time. A second study, from the University of Auckland, had similar findings, and recommended information about children's attitudes, as well as their... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
University of Auckland: When humour goes wrong at work - University of Aucklandto university to do her masters, then a PhD. Now a senior lecturer in Managemen
University of Auckland: When humour goes wrong at work - University of Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
to university to do her masters, then a PhD. Now a senior lecturer in Management and International Business at the University of Auckland Business School, Plester has just completed a book called The Complexity of Workplace Humour:... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Walking in Grandma's footstepsJacqui Tizard, who will graduate with a bachelor of science degree next week. P
Walking in Grandma's footsteps
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Jacqui Tizard, who will graduate with a bachelor of science degree next week. Photo / Dean Purcell When a young University of Auckland graduate steps on to the stage to accept her bachelor of science degree next week, a proud grandmother... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Primary Issue: Quality of school report cards a 'lottery'support children at home, the proportion including such information had diminis
The Primary Issue: Quality of school report cards a 'lottery'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
support children at home, the proportion including such information had diminished over time. A second study, from the University of Auckland, had similar findings, and recommended information about children's attitudes, as well as their... Read more
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Medical News Today
Mediterranean diet linked to a healthier heartfoods, say the authors of the current report. Researchers - led by Prof. Ralph
Mediterranean diet linked to a healthier heart
Medical News Today / Posted yesterday
foods, say the authors of the current report. Researchers - led by Prof. Ralph Stewart from Auckland City Hospital at the University of Auckland in New Zealand - looked at data for 15,482 people with stable coronary artery disease in 39 countries... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Philosopher on a mission to be usefulon the nature of self and the construction of personal identity" then, on Satur
Philosopher on a mission to be useful
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
on the nature of self and the construction of personal identity" then, on Saturday, takes part in "A Meeting of Minds" with University of Auckland history and theology lecturer Dr Hirini Kaa. He follows that with a spot on the Sunday morning panel... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Parents key to eating choicesThe University of Auckland has published the first nationwide analysis of retai
Parents key to eating choices
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The University of Auckland has published the first nationwide analysis of retail food environments around schools in New Zealand. And you probably guessed it: There is a significant number of fast-food, takeaway and convenience outlets near our... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Alexandra Sims: Relax law and let artists go crazyit exports, the cost to New Zealand from a 20-year increase would average $55 m
Alexandra Sims: Relax law and let artists go crazy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
it exports, the cost to New Zealand from a 20-year increase would average $55 million per year. Prince wouldn't have taken this lying down. Alexandra Sims is an associate professor of commercial law at the University of Auckland business... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Kiwi Values: is the political landscape shifting?to explore the material and open up the content for debate. We are pleased to h
Kiwi Values: is the political landscape shifting?
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
to explore the material and open up the content for debate. We are pleased to have a session that will take us here. As always, it would be helpful if you register for this Auckland event here.WhereOwen G Glenn Building, University... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
No quick fix for fast food in schoolan issue, but principals say education is the key to promoting healthy choices
No quick fix for fast food in school
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
an issue, but principals say education is the key to promoting healthy choices for children. A study released yesterday by University of Auckland researchers found more than 60 per cent of urban schools have a convenience store and a fast food or... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Nicholas Ross Smith, Zbigniew Dumienski: Key finally strikes at issue's heartthat if successful, we could then ask if we shouldn't aim to gradually shift mo
Nicholas Ross Smith, Zbigniew Dumienski: Key finally strikes at issue's heart
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
that if successful, we could then ask if we shouldn't aim to gradually shift more of our tax burdens from work on to land. Nicholas Ross Smith and Zbigniew Dumienski are lecturers in politics and international relations at the University of Auckla... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Zakaria Hazaranejad: Clark's courage changed my lifeand compassion to lead the UN. Zakaria Hazaranejad is a 29-year-old Aucklander
Zakaria Hazaranejad: Clark's courage changed my life
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
and compassion to lead the UN. Zakaria Hazaranejad is a 29-year-old Aucklander and a political studies graduate from the University of Auckland. He is a former president of the Hazara Afghan Association of New Zealand and is preparing for studies... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tauranga Arts Festival launchedspeakers are former New Zealander of the Year and author Dame Anne Salmond; hea
Tauranga Arts Festival launched
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
speakers are former New Zealander of the Year and author Dame Anne Salmond; head of the Bioluminescent Superbugs Lab at the University of Auckland, Dr Siouxsie Wiles; Professor Margaret Wilson from Waikato University's law school, also a former... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Food retailers need to consider school studentsWednesday, 27 April 2016, 5:32 pmPress Release: University of AucklandUnder Emb
Food retailers need to consider school students
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Wednesday, 27 April 2016, 5:32 pmPress Release: University of AucklandUnder Embargo to 4pm on Wednesday 27 April 2016 (in line with journal embargo Eastern Time, USA)Food retailers need to consider... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Nicholas Ross Smith, Zbigniew Dumienski: Key finally strikes at issue's heartthat if successful, we could then ask if we shouldn't aim to gradually shift mo
Nicholas Ross Smith, Zbigniew Dumienski: Key finally strikes at issue's heart
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
that if successful, we could then ask if we shouldn't aim to gradually shift more of our tax burdens from work on to land. Nicholas Ross Smith and Zbigniew Dumienski are lecturers in politics and international relations at the University of Auckla... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack, strokeone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack, stroke
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
KTVZ Bend / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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News 8000
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attackone-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph St
Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of heart attack
News 8000 / Posted 5 days ago
one-third for those who follow a Mediterranean diet, said study author Ralph Stewart of Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Better to include the good than avoid the bad Stewart said the results suggest that... Read more
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express
Experts say you DON’T need to ditch the junk food and THIS is whywere looking at the impact of diet on heart attacks and strokes Professor Ralp
Experts say you DON’T need to ditch the junk food and THIS is why
express / Posted 5 days ago
were looking at the impact of diet on heart attacks and strokes Professor Ralph Stewart, from Auckland City Hospital, University of Auckland, New Zealand, who led the study, said: "After adjusting for other factors that might affect the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Green MPs kick off national tertiary tour in Aucklandfor everyone. See you all there!” said Ms Davidson.Campus tour dates:Thursday 2
Green MPs kick off national tertiary tour in Auckland
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
for everyone. See you all there!” said Ms Davidson.Campus tour dates:Thursday 28 April, 5.30pm, Penthouse (on campus), University of Auckland Friday 29 April, 5.30pm, second floor of the Palmerston North Library, Massey, Palmerston... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Junk food might not be so bad for the heartit with one or two portions of crisps, sweets, fizzy drinks, desserts or red me
Junk food might not be so bad for the heart
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 6 days ago
it with one or two portions of crisps, sweets, fizzy drinks, desserts or red meat each day. The researchers, from the University of Auckland, conclude that rather than avoid healthy foods, people should eat more healthy foods, because they... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Mediterranean diet reduces risk of recurrent heart attacks or strokesMDS of 13-14, and 10.8% of 8,579 people with an MDS of 12 or lower. Professor
Mediterranean diet reduces risk of recurrent heart attacks or strokes
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
MDS of 13-14, and 10.8% of 8,579 people with an MDS of 12 or lower. Professor Ralph Stewart, from Auckland City Hospital, University of Auckland, New Zealand, who led the study, said: "After adjusting for other factors that might affect the... Read more
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iol.co.za
How the Med diet keeps the heart healthydiet score” or “Western diet score”, depending on the kind of foods they ate.
How the Med diet keeps the heart healthy
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
diet score” or “Western diet score”, depending on the kind of foods they ate. Study leader Professor Ralph Stewart, of the University of Auckland, said: “After adjusting for other factors that might affect the results, we found that every one unit... Read more
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New Kerala
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients - newkerala.com #53985during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients - newkerala.com #53985
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the study. Study leader Ralph Stewart from the University of Auckland said that after adjusting for other factors that might affect the results, they found that every one... Read more
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New Kerala
Mediterranean diet may lower heart attacks, strokes risk - newkerala.com #53952cardiovascular or other causes in patients with existing heart disease," said l
Mediterranean diet may lower heart attacks, strokes risk - newkerala.com #53952
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
cardiovascular or other causes in patients with existing heart disease," said lead researcher Ralph Stewart, professor at University of Auckland in New Zealand. "We should place more emphasis on encouraging people with heart disease to eat more... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patientsduring nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the study. Study leader Ralph Stewart from the University of Auckland said that after adjusting for other factors that might affect the results, they found that every one... Read more
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The Courier
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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The Young Witness
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Manning River Times
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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New Kerala
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients - newkerala.com #53922during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients - newkerala.com #53922
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the study. Study leader Ralph Stewart from the University of Auckland said that after adjusting for other factors that might affect the results, they found that every one... Read more
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New Kerala
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients - newkerala.com #53904during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients - newkerala.com #53904
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
during nearly four years of follow-up from the time the participants joined the study. Study leader Ralph Stewart from the University of Auckland said that after adjusting for other factors that might affect the results, they found that every one... Read more
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The North West Star
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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The Border Mail
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study findsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients, study finds
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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The Age
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patientsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patientsimportant than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drin
Mediterranean diet lowers heart attack and stroke risk in heart disease patients
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
important than avoiding Western junk food, such as lollies, cake and fizzy drinks. But Professor Ralph Stewart, from the University of Auckland, warned the finding did not mean people could eat unhealthy foods with impunity. "The main message is... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
A taxing problembecause of the growing inequality there might be the need for wealth taxes,'' P
A taxing problem
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
because of the growing inequality there might be the need for wealth taxes,'' Prof Elliffe, who is a tax specialist in the University of Auckland law faculty, says. "French economist Piketty is heading down that line, very clearly.'' But that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
University of Auckland: TPP - environmental win or missed opportunity? - University of AucklandUniversity of Auckland Business School senior economics lecturer Ryan Greenaway
University of Auckland: TPP - environmental win or missed opportunity? - University of Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
University of Auckland Business School senior economics lecturer Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy. Photo / Supplied Trans Pacific Partnership negotiators missed the opportunity to dangle the "carrot of free trade" as a means to increase regional sustainable... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Education tops workers' choiceThe University of Auckland jumped to fifth most attractive workplace. Photo / D
Education tops workers' choice
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
The University of Auckland jumped to fifth most attractive workplace. Photo / Dean Purcell The education and training services sector has been ranked New Zealand's most attractive sector by workers across the country. Results from the 2016 Randstad... Read more
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