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Want to know more about heart, joints, bones, muscles and digestive health? Body health articles look at particular conditions which fit into these categories.

Here we will give you advice around natrual health remedies, lifestyle tips and interesting links to more health information.



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Latest Coenzyme Q10 research and heart disease

Latest Coenzyme Q10 research and heart disease

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by... Jane Cronin

What are the benefits of Coenzyme Q10? Can Coenzyme Q10 help with heart health? Can Coenzyme Q10 help with heart failure?…read more

Physio Rehab

Physio Rehab

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by... Leigh and Steph

Muscle aches, twitching legs, sore joints, physio rehab. Magnesium, Krill Oil, Iron, Arnica, glucosamine and chondroitin. This week we have a guest star blog from Leigh and Steph our friendly local physiotherapists.…read more

Injury: Muscle, Joint, bones

Injury: Muscle, Joint, bones

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by... Shane Mason

What happens when you injure your muscle, tendons or bones? How do you treat sports injuries and in some case help prevent sports injuries.…read more

Athletes Foot, Thrush, UTI: Fun with Fungus

Athletes Foot, Thrush, UTI: Fun with Fungus

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by... Jane Cronin

The current summer weather has created ideal conditions for fungus and bacteria to proliferate. Health wise you may have noticed an increase in tinea pedis or athletes foot, UTI's and bladder infections.…read more

Calcium & Bone Health

Calcium & Bone Health

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by... Jane Cronin

Healthy Bones, osteoporosis and calcium. Below are some suggestions for maintaining bone health, including exercise, calcium foods, vitamins and minerals. 50% of women and around a third of men over the age of 60 are affected by osteoporosis in NZ …read more

Dietary supplements are not a replacement for a balanced diet. Always read the label. Use as directed. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. If symptoms persist, see your health professional.
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