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.
Northern Territory Health is asking Territorians to reassess whether or not they need to attend Northern Territory hospitals.
The Department of Health Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified persons with a lived experience of mental illness or a lived experience of caring for someone with mental illness, to represent the Northern Territory on the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum (NMHCCF).
Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospitals are restricting visiting hours from Friday 19 March to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19 to patients.
This World Sleep Day (13 March) NT Health wants to help Territorians get a good night’s sleep and learn about the importance of some shuteye for better health.