The 2018 flu season for the nation has been a mild one and for the NT, it has been a very mild flu season … to date.
The end of 2018 school year is approaching and it is important to ensure children and young adults are up to date with their vaccinations before commencing any planned travel and year 12 students head off to Schoolies.
With the arrival of another long, hot summer in the Red Centre, the Drovers Volunteer Service has funded the purchase of eight ice machines for the patients at Alice Springs Hospital.
In an Australian first, the Director of Health Information for the Central Australia Health Service (CAHS) Janine Wapper has achieved national recognition for her coding skills.
The Department of Defence is holding a Community Walk-in Session at Charles Darwin University and opening a Community Stand at Casuarina Square to provide information on the environmental investigation into per- and poly- fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at RAAF Base Darwin and nearby areas.
National Nutrition Week is here again and the Central Australia Health Service is taking up the challenge to get Territorians to eat more vegetables.
A new resource has been developed by the Northern Territory Department of Health’s Remote Alcohol and Other Drugs Workforce Program to help reduce the high levels of smoking in Aboriginal communities.
It’s World Hospice and Palliative Care Day this week and the Central Australia Health Service is inviting the community to a celebration of life at the Palliative Care Facility at Alice Springs Hospital.
In its fifth year Stress Less in the Park has attracted more than 30 organisations to celebrate Mental Health Week and promote mental wellbeing across Central Australia.
On Thursday, 13 September 2018 results from routine sampling of the cooling towers at Palmerston Regional Hospital returned a positive reading for legionella.