The Special Care Nursery at the Royal Darwin Hospital is promoting the importance of reading to babies by taking part in a read-a-thon this September.
Territorians are being encouraged to wear their favourite sporting jerseys to work or school tomorrow for Jersey Day to highlight the importance of organ donation.
A stroke happens every seven minutes in Australia with more than 56,000 strokes experienced by Australians each year.
High temperatures and increased heat conditions are forecast for the Top End in coming days.
The bushfires currently burning in the Greater Darwin region and Top End have led to smoky conditions that may be a risk to people with respiratory ailments.
August is Tradies National Health Month and NT Health is encouraging Territory tradies to look after their health.
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.