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The National Immunisation Schedule is the series of vaccines that are offered free to babies, children, adolescents and adults. The schedule of vaccines listed below applies from 1 April 2018.   For information about the changes that took effect in 2018, please see 2018 Immunisation Schedule Change. More information
Poisoning is the third most common cause of injury-related hospital admission for children aged 0-4 years old. Most of these injuries happen in the home. More information
You may feel down after having a baby – this is known as the ‘baby blues’. These feelings usually only last a day or two but for those who experience postnatal depression, it lasts longer than a couple of days. More information
Most women over 35 years have normal pregnancies however, others may need special care before and during pregnancy. When you are aged 35 years or older, there are some particular things you need to think about before becoming pregnant. More information
Be physically active helps to:

controls weight
combat health conditions and disease
improve mood
boost energy
promotes better sleep
put the spark back into your sex life
From preventing some cancers to alleviating depression, being physically active has a multitude of benefits over slouching on the couch. More information
In New Zealand, Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) is one of the leading causes of death among infants who are one to 12 months old. It claims the lives of around 45 infants each year. More information
Your kidneys do an important job cleaning your blood by working as a filter to remove water and waste from the body. The wastes are what is left over in the blood from food used by the body and the body’s many functions. More information