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Health researchers secure more than $6M in HRC funding

15 June 2017

Identifying gaps in the care of Māori cancer patients

1 June 2017

Should we give up eating red meat?

15 May 2017

Our Perfumed World: The Battle for Breath in The Listener

4 March 2017

It may not be a boy when dad’s been exposed to dioxin

29 September 2016

Empowering Pasifika youth

23 June 2016

$4.4m for Massey health research

14 June 2016

Researchers say Māori getting a raw deal

5 May 2016

NZ health system ignores Māori tikanga - study

5 May 2016

Farms cut supplies as tighter rules around raw milk kick in

27 March 2016

Breathe easier

27 February 2016

Lead poisoning in children associated with lead-based paint

3 February 2016

Pacific health issues under the spotlight

1 February 2016

Is community water fluoridation cost effective?

12 January 2016

Pasifika palliative care research awarded grant

8 December 2015

CPHR Professor appointed as Chief Science Advisor to the Ministry of Health

4 December 2015

Pasifika Health Seminar Summary 11 Nov 2015

19 November 2015

Cancer research on spraying of farm chemicals

10 November 2015

Pasifika health seminar highlights trio of issues

5 November 2015

Health experts aim to bring "forgotten" Pacific to world attention

5 November 2015

Environmental health grant awarded

28 October 2015

Health expert calls for immediate action on Māori cancer rates

20 October 2015

Reducing cancer inequalities in Māori a priority

20 October 2015

Alarm at high level of silica in rebuild

18 July 2015

$4m in funding for Massey health researchers

15 June 2015

Karen Page discusses HPV Vaccination Study

15 April 2015

Rise in girls opting for HPV vaccination

27 March 2015

Cyclone Pam aid efforts should keep future disasters in mind

19 March 2015

Mobile phone harm study finds falling brain cancer in NZ

26 February 2015

How to reduce obesity among Pacific youth

10 February 2015

Riz to the Rescue

14 December 2014

Obesity researcher awarded inaugural Pacific health award

20 November 2014

Work stress can cause first-time adult asthma

3 October 2014

Stress at work increases risk of developing asthma, according to major new research

23 September 2014

Researchers Shed Light on Asthma's Mysteries

22 September 2014

Families who drink raw milk wanted for study into health benefits

30 July 2014

Funding puts asthma anomaly under scrutiny

29 July 2014

Can your pet give you an antiobiotic-resistant disease?

9 June 2014

Pesticides and neuropsychological effects on farmers and children

3 June 2014

Concrete dust big threat to rebuild workers

28 May 2014

Raw milk's claimed health benefits put to the test

3 January 2014

Cancer warning for shift workers

29 November 2013

Why are so many workers dying or getting sick on the job?

27 November 2013

NZ toxic contaminant levels halved-study shows

21 November 2013

Workplace cancer risks revealed

7 November 2013

Massey study exposes workplace cancer risks

11 September 2013

Workplace cancers study leads occupational disease research

10 September 2013

Study into raw milk benefits for asthma sufferers

10 September 2013

Study identifies dermatitis risk for cleaners

15 August 2013

Study shows links between dust and breast milk

13 August 2013

Pesticide studies lead awards of research grants

6 June 2013

$1.2 million to health research

31 May 2013

Could it happen here?

1 April 2013

Investigating the Big 'C' and Other Diseases

1 February 2013

The Pasifika Way

30 January 2013

Raw milk health risks under review

5 January 2013

Lifetime's experience

1 January 2013

Cancer researcher honoured with international award

15 November 2012

$1.5 million for environmental health project

2 October 2012

Study to investigate mobile phone and child cancer link

7 June 2012

$3.8m for Massey health research

7 June 2012

Workplace link likley to neurological diseases

3 April 2012

Motor neurone disease in the study spotlight

22 August 2011

Links between livestock farms and adult blood cancer

3 August 2011

Understanding occupational risks to health and wellbeing

1 August 2011

Scholarship named after acclaimed health researcher

16 December 2010

Minister launches Asian health programme

7 December 2010

Online health research tool launched

12 October 2010

$5.2m deal with World Bank for biosecurity training

16 July 2010

Lifetime achievement award for health researcher

16 June 2010

Media stereotyping of Māori needs to change

26 April 2010

Sector leaders help launch public health school

25 March 2010

Research puts workplace illness under surveillance

27 October 2009

Female farm workers at highest risk of leukaemia

15 June 2009

$1.2 million for Māori cancer care and cervical cancer research

10 June 2009

Asthma symptoms still more common among Māori

5 June 2009

Grants for public health research scientists

10 February 2009

More research needed to tackle occupational health

18 November 2008

Questions of life and death

1 November 2008

New post for public health director

22 October 2008

Pregnant women sought for study of childhood diseases

8 September 2008

Farm kids breathe easier

1 September 2008

Artwork celebrates life-saving asthma research

1 September 2008

Blood sugar levels might be new measure of health

21 July 2008

Researchers to tackle key health issues

5 June 2008

Timber workers study links cancer, respiratory disease to occupational PCP exposure

30 April 2008

Department of Labour publishes study on dioxin exposure among timber workers

30 April 2008

New evidence of occupational cancers: fruit and veg growers, hairdressers among those at risk

3 February 2008

Academics named in New Zealander of the Year Awards

12 December 2007

Health researchers target diabetes

1 October 2007

Massey celebrates world-class research

24 September 2007

Massey University Research Medals 2007

24 September 2007

2007 Technicians Awards

24 September 2007

2007 Outstanding Research Team

24 September 2007

Asthma prevalence may be in decline

7 September 2007

Excellence recognised at Parliament

11 July 2007

Cancer research wins US funding

24 April 2007

New appointment advances Pacific cancer research

15 December 2006

Study seeks pregnant women to test asthma theory

12 October 2006

2006 Research medal winners announced

25 September 2006

Celebrating a bright future for Massey research

22 September 2006

Fellowship for Pacific health researcher

30 June 2006

Good news for cats and carpets

29 May 2006

Workplace injuries top $20 billion a year

8 May 2006

Sales jobs linked to bladder cancer risk

30 April 2006

Controversial story has lessons for drug safety

19 March 2006

New Zealand study investigates causes of breast cancer

23 December 2005

Occupational disease monitoring falls short

24 November 2005

Royal Society elects 10 scientists to prestigious science academy

16 November 2005

Pearce elected as Epidemiology President

6 September 2005

Dioxin meeting draws world experts

24 August 2005

New qualifications in Public Health

1 March 2005

Health research deal signed

13 December 2004

Workers exposed to dioxin have higher cancer rates

19 October 2004

Child health research findings launched

8 October 2004

Gala dinner celebrates research and teaching excellence

8 October 2004

PCP exposure

1 October 2004

Cancer risk for meatworkers

1 October 2004

Paracetemol or antibiotic use early in life may increase the subsequent risk of asthma

1 October 2004

Early career

1 October 2004

Breathless

1 October 2004

Paracetamol or antibiotic use early in life may increase the subsequent risk of asthma

16 September 2004

Researching the health of former timber workers

10 September 2004

Aiming to overcome allergies and asthma

1 September 2004

Massey 2004 Research Medals

30 August 2004

New appointment advances cancer research

27 August 2004

HRC funds allergy research

21 June 2004

CPHR leads Pacific cancer programme

7 June 2004

Research finds link between meat workers and cancer

30 May 2004

Scientist awarded rare honour

15 May 2004

The effect of policy on health

5 April 2004

Increase in asthma could be linked to loss of rural lifestyle

5 April 2004

What causes driver fatigue?

22 March 2004

Cuddling cows may combat asthma

23 February 2004

Asthma under the microscope

9 February 2004

Research focus in 2004

9 February 2004

Pasifika links strengthened

15 December 2003

DSc recognises outstanding contribution

20 October 2003

Examining occupational ill health

6 October 2003

Ages and stages in Māori health

15 September 2003

Cindy Kiro new Children’s Commissioner

25 August 2003

Fighting cancer in the Pacific

19 August 2003

Cancer researchers join Centre

11 August 2003

New Masters in Public Health approved

28 July 2003

New roles for Pearce and Gander

14 July 2003

Academy of Māori research launched

30 June 2003

King launches Research School of Public Health

1 May 2003

Research School of Public Health - Chris Cunningham

14 April 2003

Research School of Public Health - Sally Casswell

14 April 2003

Research School of Public Health - Philippa Gander

14 April 2003

Research School of Public Health - Neil Pearce

14 April 2003

Study tracks workplace cancers

24 March 2003

The public health dream team

11 February 2003

Another link in a network of excellence

1 November 2002

Work-related injury targeted

1 September 2002

Research breakthrough on causes of asthma

22 July 2002

Cat can protect against asthma

15 July 2002

New discoveries in asthma research

1 July 2002

Disease researchers taking hunt for clues down on to the farm

4 June 2002

Firms slow to cut risks

2 June 2002

$1.25m for health research

1 May 2002

Growing gap in life expectancy

1 April 2002

Disease is a greater workplace threat than safety

1 April 2002

Māori asthma still worst

1 March 2002

Challenging and changing the culture of nursing

1 February 2002

Social class inequalities in death rates

1 December 2001

Saving lives

1 November 2001

School of Māori Studies begins new development phase in Capital

1 October 2001

Asthma in Pacific to be studied

1 September 2001

Symposium to be annual event

1 August 2001

Teen pregnancy myths abound

1 July 2001

$1.2 million for Public Health Research Centre

1 May 2001

Agent Orange lessons relevant to NZ dioxin difficulties

1 April 2001

Hairdressers' hacking coughs not linked to work

1 February 2001

Cancer in meatworkers

29 January 2001

Cancer study focuses on meatworkers

18 December 2000

Fellowships jumpstart Public Health Research Unit

1 December 2000

Health risks for welders

1 December 2000

Public Health Research Centre

1 October 2000