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Issue 207 - 28 Nov 2011

Selected books - NZNO Library These books can be borrowed by members free of charge, for a period of 4 weeks. 1.  Code Green: Money-driven hospitals and the dismantling of hospitals By Dana Beth Weinberg, with a foreword by Suzanne Gordon Published by ILR, 2003 Through a careful...

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Issue 207 - 28 Nov 2011

Selected books - NZNO Library These books can be borrowed by members free of charge, for a period of 4 weeks. 1.  Code Green: Money-driven hospitals and the dismantling of hospitals By Dana Beth Weinberg, with a foreword by Suzanne Gordon Published by ILR, 2003 Through a careful look at...

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Issue 206 - 23 Nov 2011

Food safety at home Getting sick from a foodborne illness is avoidable. Reduce your risk of getting sick by following our easy tips. Foodborne illness is estimated to strike about 200,000 New Zealanders every year. Nearly half of these (at least 40%) are attributed to food handling,...

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Issue 206 - 23 Nov 2011

Food safety at home Getting sick from a foodborne illness is avoidable. Reduce your risk of getting sick by following our easy tips. Foodborne illness is estimated to strike about 200,000 New Zealanders every year. Nearly half of these (at least 40%) are attributed to food handling,...

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Issue 205 - 16 Nov 2011

Diabetes Awareness Week  15-21 November 2011 The theme is Tau ke koe! ("Stay Sweet As") Our three top tips for preventing TYPE 2 diabetes are: *  Ma te kai tika e totika ai (more than you need is more than you need) - try to make healthier food choices. *  Ka tu, ka kori, ka ora...

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Issue 205 - 16 Nov 2011

Diabetes Awareness Week  15-21 November 2011 The theme is Tau ke koe! ("Stay Sweet As") Our three top tips for preventing TYPE 2 diabetes are: *  Ma te kai tika e totika ai (more than you need is more than you need) - try to make healthier food choices. *  Ka tu, ka kori, ka ora (stay on...

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Issue 204 - 7 Nov 2011

5+ A Day® - Key Messages Eat five or more handfuls of colourful fruit and vegetables every day for better health, taste and variety. Colourful fruit and vegetables contain many of the vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals (fight-o-chemicals) that the body needs to maintain good health and...

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Issue 204 - 7 Nov 2011

5+ A Day® - Key Messages Eat five or more handfuls of colourful fruit and vegetables every day for better health, taste and variety. Colourful fruit and vegetables contain many of the vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals (fight-o-chemicals) that the body needs to maintain good health and...

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Issue 203 - 1 Nov 2011

Selected books - NZNO Library These books can be borrowed by members free of charge, for a period of 4 weeks. 1. Courage and complexity in chronic illness : reflective practice in nursing By Margaret Connor Published 2004 Abstract: This book opens a new beginning of the depth of...

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Issue 203 - 1 Nov 2011

Selected books - NZNO Library These books can be borrowed by members free of charge, for a period of 4 weeks. 1. Courage and complexity in chronic illness : reflective practice in nursing By Margaret Connor Published 2004 Abstract: This book opens a new beginning of the depth of...

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