❤️ This test uses the very latest, scientifically validated TGA/FDA approved Pulse Wave Analyser, a non-invasive device, used in the top 20 hospitals in the USA.
❤️ This test not only looks at your Brachial (arm) blood pressure, it analyses your Central aortic (heart) pressure, Peripheral (arteries) resistance, Cardiac efficiency and abnormalities in heart rhythm.
♥️ At your 30 minute appointment we will be able to show you your heart health and - if neccessary - suggest very simple, pleasant, and low cost ways to improve your heart health (think: "take omega 3", "eat a piece of chocolate-a-day" type of interventions).
❤️ The experience requires no blood tests and is similar to taking a traditional blood-pressure arm-cuff reading.
❤️ This test is confidential, and your results will not be shared with any third party without your express permission.
$50 Appointment fee is required to secure your booking.
Traffic was heavy in Christchurch during the first week of the school holidays in May 1971.This photograph was taken in Armagh St at 2pm on May 13 when the number of cars was unusual for that time of the day.
Our August SuperSeniors Newsletter is out now, and it's filled with lots of handy information and opportunities for seniors.
This issue includes a story about the benefits of volunteering and how to get involved, as well as an update on the changes to NZ Super and Veteran's Pension.
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This week’s issue we say there should be a parsley plant near every kitchen door. It’s time to harvest sprouting broccoli, compile your spring seed list, sow Florence fennel, choose tomatoes wisely and check germinating seedlings every day.
Follow this month’s guide to plants to sow and grow and make a feeding station for native birds. Plus go in the draw for strawberry packs from Tui and copies of NZ Gardener’s August issue.
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