Women from the pa enua who are in Rarotonga at the moment and who are over 40 years old, are being encouraged to take the opportunity to have breast checks while they are here.
A new era of mental health care is emerging in the Cook Islands, with the passing of the first-ever national mental health policy in Cabinet on Tuesday.
Rarotonga’s medical workers are going the extra mile to ensure both general and emergency services are available and accessible for Te Maeva Nui celebrations.
It’s a well known fact of life that positive thinking can make it easier to reach the goals you set yourself in life, and this is now proved true for weight loss.
The messier the place where you live or work, the more likely you are to get Chikungunya, according to a new report from the Ministry of Health.
Rarotonga will again be welcoming health professionals and dignitaries from the Cook Islands, the Pacific and Oceania for the 17th Annual Health Conference this month.