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TV medium Jeanette Wilson
secured her own prime time TV
series after having her abilities
to talk to Spirit world put to the
test by both 20/20 and Good
Morning. Jeanettes TV3 series
Dare to Believe has aired in New
Zealand, UK, Israel, Italy & on
In her two hour show
LISTENING TO HEAVEN
Jeanette passes on messages to
show that our loved ones do not
die. In her second show SEEING
IS BELIEVING Jeanette shows
what is possible when a medium
of her calibre opens up to the
higher spiritual dimensions
channelling spirit world doctors,
surgeons & teachers.
The result is amazing - it is an
experience unlike any other.
Volunteers from the audience
who would like to receive
healing join Jeanette on stage
and the spiritual surgeons work
through Jeanette removing pain
and restriction. Long term
physical conditions are often
healed in just minutes, in front
of your eyes. There are insights
not only for the person being
healed but for the whole
audience about how they can
improve their quality of life.
Jeanette is an ordinary woman
with extraordinary gifts - people
travel from around the world to
visit her at her healing centre in
Taranaki. Dont miss this rare
opportunity not only to attend
one of her shows and receive
healing but also to be part of
Jeanettes new TV/ internet
series SEEING IS
Jeanette will also be special
guest at the WELLfest EXPO at
Porirua on the 17th and 18th
See www.jeanettewilson.com for
more details & to reserve your
place at these
THESE SHOWS WILL BE FILMED FOR TELEVISION / INTERNET BROADCAST
Tickets $50 from www.jeanettewilson.com & Stella Creations,
upstairs, North City Shopping Centre, Porirua, phone 238 9966
See Jeanette at WELLfest in Porirua 17th-18th August
Mon 19th Aug 7:30pm
Tues 20th Aug 7:30pm
Te Rauparaha Arena
Porirua Union and Community Health Service
is a low cost community health centre offering
the following services:
Low Cost Doctor Visits (usual adult $10.00 per visit)
Free nurse clinics -- including diabetes, Careplus, cervical smears
Midwife Service -- we have four midwives
Physiotherapy (North City Physio onsite)
Specialist Clinics • Podiatrist
Flu clinics have now started -- daily 12 -- 1 p.m.
To make an appointment for doctor or nurse please
phone 04 237 4207
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME
Please call the above number or call in and see us at
221 Bedford Street, Cannons Creek, Porirua
News from Porirua Union and Community Health Service
221 Bedford Street, Cannons Creek, Porirua
Porirua Union and Community Health is
a not for profit, low cost health service
situated in the Cannons Creek area. We are
committed to providing a quality primary
health service that is affordable and
accessible for all our members, in our large
bright purpose built premises.
As well as a low cost GP service, we offer
free nurse clinics which include cervical
smears (also late night on Wednesdays),
diabetes clinics, childhood walk in
immunisation clinic every Friday morning (no
appointment needed), and free Well Health
We also run a weekly outreach GP service at
Maraeroa Marae in Waitangirua.
To be able to access our low cost or free
services you must be an enrolled member.
We are members of the Well Health PHO.
We are open from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
with a late night on Wednesday to 7 p.m.
Appointments are available throughout the
day during this time.
We are fortunate to have 11 doctors working
various hours and days which includes:
Dr Ket Ung, Dr Lilani Weerakkody,
Dr Bhavna Mistry, Dr Bryan Betty,
Dr Douglas Lush, Dr Mohe Sierra Gonzalez,
Dr Prasanna Govindaraj,
Dr Deepshika Munshi, Dr Sapna Samant,
Dr Simon Saena and
Dr Jocelyn Williams as a locum.
We can also do your medicals for travel
insurance, drivers, sports, insurance and
immigration. Call our receptionists to ask
about the cost.
We employ 4 midwives in our maternity
service which accepts casual as well as
Dr Simon Saena and patient
Winter Skin Care Tips
The weather outside may be unsightly, but your skin doesn't have to be. How to banish dry skin and give your
winter skin care regimen a boost.
For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring
more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. They also
bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin.
• MOISTURISE MORE
You may have found a moisturizer that works just fine
in spring and summer. But as weather conditions
change, so, too, should your skin care routine. Find
an "ointment" moisturizer that's oil-based, rather than
water-based, as the oil will create a protective layer on
the skin that retains more moisture than a cream or
lotion. (Hint: Many lotions labeled as "night creams"
But choose your oils with care because not all
oils are appropriate for the face. Instead, look for
"nonclogging" oils, like avocado oil, mineral oil,
primrose oil, or almond oil. Shea oil -- or butter -- is
controversial, because it can clog facial pores.
• SLATHER ON THE SUNSCREEN
No, sunscreen isn't just for summertime. Winter sun
can still damage your skin. Try applying a broad-
spectrum sunscreen to your face and your hands
(if they're exposed) about 30 minutes before going
outside. Reapply frequently if you stay outside a long
• GIVE YOUR HANDS A HAND
The skin on your hands is thinner than on most parts
of the body and has fewer oil glands. That means it's
harder to keep your hands moist, especially in cold,
dry weather. This can lead to itchiness and cracking.
Wear gloves when you go outside; if you need to wear
wool to keep your hands warm, slip on a thin cotton
glove first, to avoid any irritation the wool might cause.
• HOOK UP THE HUMIDIFIER
Central heating systems (as well as space heaters)
blast hot dry air throughout our homes and offices.
Humidifiers get more moisture in the air, which helps
prevent your skin from drying out. Place several small
humidifiers throughout your home; they help disperse
the moisture more evenly.
• HYDRATE FOR YOUR HEALTH
Water is good for your overall health and "the skin of
someone who is severely dehydrated will benefit from
• BAN SUPERHOT BATHS
Sure, soaking in a burning-hot bath feels great after
frolicking out in the cold. But the intense heat of a hot
shower or bath actually breaks down the lipid barriers
in the skin, which can lead to a loss of moisture. A
lukewarm bath with oatmeal or baking soda, can help
relieve skin that is so dry it has become itchy So, too,
can periodically reapplying your moisturizer.
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