Get the official word with press releases from the Heart Foundation
The Heart Foundation is calling on New Zealand to take better care of its children and says it’s time to ‘get real’ about the state of their overall health.
The Heart Foundation once again endorses the government’s decision to roll-out a $12million nationwide rheumatic fever programme.
The Heart Foundation applauds Australia's move to introduce plain cigarette packaging from December 2012
Auckland Mayor Len Brown will walk for the Heart Foundation at the adidas Auckland Marathon in October.
On World Heart Day, 29th September 2011, the Heart Foundationwill release an action plan aimed at achieving better national health.
New Zealand has failed to curb rates of rheumatic fever – a life threatening ‘Third World disease’ now found almost exclusively in Maori and Pacific peoples.
The NZ Heart Foundation expresses support for a move by its counterpart in Australia.
The Heart Foundation is concerned by the latest Adult Nutrition Survey.
Dame Jenny Shipley is back at the forefront of the annual Heart Foundation campaign that champions women's heart health in a bid to save lives.
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Increased Pacific healthly living knowledge and support in Wellington with the Graduation of thirteen trainees from the Certificate in Pacific Nutrition course.
The adults who decide which foods are sold in schools will get the first taste of revised guidelines designed to make tuck shops healthier.
To celebrate Māori Language week the Heart Foundation is launching a new series of bilingual story books for mainstream primary schools titled ‘Hauora Hautipua’
A large group of local and international experts will discuss the future health of Auckland's fledgling 'supercity' on July 12th