As a senior audiologist with the Top End Health Service’s Hearing Services Outreach Program Salimon Joseph spends a lot of time visiting remote communities helping Aboriginal Territorians– and he loves it.
The precautionary advice for drinking water (boil water alert) for the Jilkminggan community has been cancelled following advice from the Power and Water Corporation that verification water samples taken in the community have confirmed that the water is safe to drink.
A Precautionary Advice for Drinking Water (Boil Water Alert) was issued late yesterday for the Jilkminggan community, following advice from the Power and Water Corporation that due to rising flood waters the power supply has been isolated and the safety of drinking water cannot be assured.
Leptospirosis (or ‘Lepto’), a fever-causing illness associated with the wet season and flooding, is on the rise in the Top End.
Each day in Australia, four women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, with one woman dying every ten hours from the disease.
If you put your hand inside a giant clam at the upcoming Darwin Fringe Festival you won’t get a pearl but you will get a different type of surprise.
Territorians are being encouraged to share the love, not sexually transmissible infections (STI) this Valentine’s and National Condom Day with a series of maps identifying where Territorians can access free condoms.
Recent monsoonal rains in the Top End have increased the threat of the potentially deadly disease, Melioidosis.
As family, friends gather for festive get-togethers and parties, it is important to follow food safety tips to avoid guests getting food poisoning and ruining Christmas!
NT Health is urging people to protect themselves from mosquito bites with the months between December and March the high risk period for Ross River virus (RRV) disease.