Monday, January 21, 2019
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Adventist Health leaders meet government representatives in Fiji

Seventh-day Adventist health leaders in Fiji are partnering with the government to tackle one of Fiji's biggest problems: lifestyle disease.

Toe-riffic result for campaign

The 10,000 Toes tally has hit $200,000 thanks to generous support.

Solomon Islands youth appreciate opportunity to look and learn

For the One Word music group, a recent trip to Australia provided a wonderful opportunity to see the sights and sing some songs.

Lifestyle Medicine Summit focuses on health, healing and hope

Lifestyle medicine is growing in popularity and the inaugural summit explored what opportunities exist for the Church in this field.

Adventists feature at the Australasian Lifestyle Medicine Conference

"It’s time for a change" was the theme of the recent Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine Conference held in Melbourne (November 4-6).

Depression Recovery Program coming soon

A formal partnership between US physician Dr Neil Nedley and Adventist Health will see refreshed Depression Recovery Program resources arriving in Australia and New Zealand from September.

Isolated clinics provide hope, help, healing

Two isolated clinics have been established to support South Pacific communities with little or no basic medical care.

SPD does CHIP

It’s one thing to have the health message; its quite another to live the health message. A third of the entire staff of the South Pacific Division are currently going through the CHIP program.

Experts give vegetarian diet tick of approval

An Australian-first scientific research review published in last month’s Medical Journal of Australia, has dispelled a number of commonly held notions about vegetarian diets.

Volunteers provide health training in Solomons

Nurses and doctors at the National Referral Hospital (NRH), Honiara, Solomon Islands, had their knowledge of cancer treatment broadened after training at the hospital on Monday and Tuesday this week, which was run and organised by volunteers from the Sydn
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