As part of National Pain Week, NT Health is encouraging Territorians to seek appropriate support and assistance to deal with chronic pain.
While mosquito numbers have remained relatively low this dry season, it is around the next full moon that biting midge numbers will increase, with high numbers expected in NT coastal areas from 1 to 7 August.
It’s DonateLife Week this week and the Central Australia Health Service is encouraging Territorians to take a few minutes to register to be an organ and tissue donor.
Territorians are being urged to help save the lives of others by becoming organ and tissue donors.
BreastScreenNT is open for breast screening to the women of Central Australia until 3 July.
Now Territorians are enjoying going bush again, they are being warned to be extra vigilant to prevent burns from campfires.
Territory parents with children aged 10 to 15 are now able to visit their local pharmacy for a flu shot.
Territory Palliative Care is spreading the word. When it comes to palliative care, “it’s more than you think”.
First evaluation of the minimum alcohol unit price
People in the East Arnhem region and Central Australia are being warned to protect themselves against the mosquito-borne disease, Kunjin virus.