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High fibre foods that are minimally processed benefit health

Cholesterol levels drop in Western nations including New Zealand, but rise in Asia and some Pacific Island nations

Sir Jerry Mateparae to lead the Healthier Lives Governance Group and Kāhui Māori

Let’s not ignore the other pandemic

Predicting cardiovascular disease outcomes more equitably

Scoping and prioritisation workshop: Culturally centred health interventions for Pacific-led research

Jim Mann at LTC forum

Forum: Long-Term Conditions Forum for DHBs and Primary Care 2020

New research on circulating tumour DNA for better cancer management in New Zealand

New research on National Healthy Food and Drink Policy

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Workshop: Health Systems Modelling

Symposium: Healthier Lives Kōrero Tahi 2019

OL@-OR@: results, awards and next steps

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Symposium: From Evidence to Everyday

$2 million to tackle heart health inequities

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Social connection: a key to health and wellbeing

WellConnectedNZ – the weaving together of the people

Healthier Lives researchers shine in recent HRC round

Scoping and prioritisation workshop: Culturally centred health interventions for Māori-led research

Scoping and prioritisation workshop: Healthy Food and Physical Activity Environments

Joint Heart Foundation–Healthier Lives Programme Grant

Welcome at the marae

Surprise te reo Māori finding in prediabetes research

Symposium: Focus on Fibre and Food Monitoring

Call for updated national survey to see what New Zealanders are eating

Eating more fibre and whole grains contributes to lower rates of non-communicable diseases and reduced mortality

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He Pikinga Waiora Research Findings Brief

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