49 days ago

Cardiovascular Risk Screening

Katrina from Unichem Rolleston Central Pharmacy

❤️ 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.

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12 hours ago

Poll: Is the Government doing enough to stop recyclable materials going to landfill?

The Team Reporter from Stuff

The Government has thrown $124 million at reducing the country’s growing waste pile, but not everyone agrees that’s enough.

Local Government NZ says the funding should be matched with a “strategic waste plan”, with the goal for New Zealand to be able to process its own waste onshore.

In the last decade, the amount of waste at council landfills has increased by 48 per cent.

To read more, click here.

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Is the Government doing enough to stop recyclable materials going to landfill?
  • 17.4% Yes, more money and time is better spent elsewhere
    17.4% Complete
  • 82.6% No, NZ's waste and recycling system needs more focus
    82.6% Complete
638 votes
35 minutes ago

Want to help shape the future of Neighbourly?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

We are looking for members across the country to test out some exciting new features and share your thoughts. Interested? Click the link to fill out a quick survey and we will be in touch. Yes, I want to help

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1 day ago

Humanely dealing with pests this winter.

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

Have you ever had a pest problem? I used to have a pet rat. They are smart, affectionate, clever little things. I'd never want to cause one unnecessary pain or suffering, which is why we've chosen to manage pests in our home with traps. It's not ideal, but it's better - and safer - than poison. I've done a little research on humane, effective vermin control during the wet months, when they like to come in from the cold. Take a look:

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