Māori, male and overweight? New study combines whakapapa and Super Rugby

16 April 2019

"Once a lot of Māori males hit 30, sport drops off and physical activity drops off and our rates of obesity increase really quickly," says Dr Ihirangi Heke (Waikato-Tainui).

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Watch the full interview with Dr Heke here.