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Indigenous Knowledge Informs New Debate on Eating & Exercise

Tuesday, 9 October 2012, 8:45 am | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

A group of health practitioners, community and whānau gather in Muriwhenua tomorrow to consider alternative approaches to population eating and exercise in New Zealand. Over two days the group will be informed by Tohunga, Indigenous Research, Community ... More >>

Future Māori generations given hope

Friday, 18 March 2011, 10:17 am | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

Future generations of Māori have been given the hope of tobacco free lives with the announcement this week of the governments aim to see a Smokefree New Zealand by 2025. More >>

Smokers part of the solution

Thursday, 4 November 2010, 10:23 am | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

According to Maori health service provider Te Hotu Manawa Maori (THMM), smokers need to be included in the strategies being developed to combat the tobacco industry’s impact on Maori. More >>

Online learning increases Maori smokefree workers

Wednesday, 22 September 2010, 3:56 pm | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

Te Hotu Manawa Maori (THMM) is using e-learning to up-skill Maori workers to become smoking cessation advisors, as part of their normal duties. More >>

Workers gather to battle Maori obesity

Tuesday, 16 October 2007, 10:26 am | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

150 health workers will gather in Ngaruawahia tomorrow to learn from one another about how to battle Maori obesity in their local areas. This annual conference runs for three days and is being co-ordinated by Te Hotu Manawa Maori (THMM). More >>

Maori kids more likely to be obese

Tuesday, 18 September 2007, 9:59 am | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

Media release 18 September 2007 Embargoed till 10am Maori kids more likely to be obese Maori children and young people are more like to be obese than other groups, Maori health provider Te Hotu Manawa Maori (THMM) said today in Wellington. More >>

Smoking during pregnancy: Maori child abuse

Monday, 16 October 2006, 2:09 pm | Te Hotu Manawa Maori

Smoking during pregnancy, or smoking around a pregnant women is yet another form of child abuse, the Maori Heart Foundation Te Hotu Manawa Maori (THMM) said today. More >>