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for common diabetes drug - study

Māori patients receive fewer prescriptions for the common diabetes medication Metformin than non-Māori despite suffering from the disease at twice the rate, according to a new study by the University of Waikato.The researchers studied prescriptions from doctors, dispensing...
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will not be lowered

Māori bowel cancer patients are disappointed the Ministry of Health will not drop the national screening programme eligibility age to 50 for Māori and Pasifika, who get the cancer on average much younger than non-Māori. The ministry's own expert advisory group recommended...
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against Māori a matter of time - expert

Police have been working on a $23 million upgrade of their biometrics images system run by the US firm Dataworks Plus, hoping to make it easier to match poorer quality images.In July, a US senator from Ohio accused Dataworks of exacerbating systemic racism through its t...
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'Māori ready to take back our tamariki'

Parts of the Oranga Tamariki Act still undermine the role of whānau, hapū and iwi in the protection of tamariki, and to achieve true partnership under the Treaty, the Crown must devolve power to iwi, the Waitangi Tribunal has been told.An urgent hearing is under way into O...
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to get Māori on health boards, reps say

Māori health representatives in Marlborough say government appointed health boards may be the “best way” to get Māori on health boards.The Health and Disability Systems Review, released last month, proposed district health boards be entirely government appoin...
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The First 1000 days .....

The first 1000 days of life are a key part of a child's development. No one understands this more than Māori speech therapist Hana Tuwhare - who helps to develop communication with pēpi.She's part of a whānau-led approach encouraging pēpi not only to korero but to develo...
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Depression, Anxiety and Maori

Wainuku and whakamā There are lots of ways to describe not feeling right or feeling like life is going in the wrong direction. This site calls it depression or anxiety. As Māori, these are some of the things we might experience:Wainuku – when your mood is really low and ...
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The Waitangi Tribunal is weighing up what the scope of its inquiry into Oranga Tamariki should be, and how it can thoroughly investigate why Māori are disproportionately taken into state care, within a tight urgency timeframe.It is the fifth inquiry into Oranga Tamariki to ...
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