SEPTEMBER 2021 Newletter
Healthcare services in Aotearoa New Zealand are still available at all alert levels, but they operate differently at each level. Read about the options available during this time.
Staying at home helps keep you, your whānau and community safer by stopping the spread of COVID-19. However, it does create other challenges. Check out our range of resources to help look after yourself and each other during this time.
From 1 September, bookings are open for everyone in Aotearoa New Zealand aged 12 and over. Find out how to make your COVID-19 vaccination booking.
WE NOW PROVIDE THE VACCINE AT THE CLINIC – CALL TO BOOK OR BOOK ON-LINE – www.botanymedicalpractice.com
Early diagnosis can lead to better treatment outcomes for many health conditions. Here are life-saving tips and warnings.
Proper wound care is crucial in preventing further infections. Here are things you can do to help your wound heal well.
Top tips for wellbeing
We all go through mood ups and downs. Sometimes we need a ‘quick fix’ to help transition from a low mood to a good mood. Learn how to activate your ‘happy hormones’.
Not only is walking ideal for all ages and fitness levels, it’s free to do and offers lots of health benefits. Find out about the wonderful benefits of this fun activity that you can do even in lockdown.
Migraine causes severe headaches that are usually on one side of your head and can make you sensitive to light and noise. Check out the treatment options to help ease this disabling condition.
The Pfizer vaccine is the vaccine being used in Aotearoa New Zealand to prevent COVID-19. Read helpful answers to frequently asked questions about this vaccine.
There’s an app for that
Mental health and wellbeing are not to be taken for granted. Help keep yourself and your loved ones mentally healthy with these handy apps developed for New Zealanders.
Support near you
Find support for teenagers and young adults through the extra challenges of those years with these tips, helplines and online resources.