Latest public health News

One in Five Worked with COVID Symptoms; Sick Leave Entitlements Must Be Strengthened
NT Covid update 17 May
Major boost to support research aimed at improving health outcomes
Kempsey takes big steps to reconciliation, inclusion and recogniiton
More nuance in liquor licensing can serve public health
Researcher hopes to significantly improve clean water access in Africa
WHO collaborating center supports global nutrition research
New Bentley Hospital Surgicentre for Perth
Reducing reporting burden on industry
NT Covid update 16 May
Conversations in Chair coming to Shepparton
NT Covid update 15 May 2022
NT Covid update 14 May 2022
Complacency over COVID is costing us
NT Covid update 13 May
WaterMark campaign is vitally important for public health
Fahad Razak, new scientific director of Ontario’s Covid Science Advisory Table, discusses role with CBC
There’s more to health than hospital beds: Australia needs Centre for Disease Control and Prevention
Smokers who switch to e-cigarettes may adopt other healthy routines
Check In CBR app no longer mandatory, upgraded for use as health screening tool
International Nurses Day 2022 – voice to lead: invest in nursing and respect rights to secure global health
Genetic study identifies migraine causes and promising therapeutic targets
Allied workers vote to strike
NT Covid update 12 May
NSW new flu shot best protection as cases spike
Government’s support delivers path to recovery for arts and culture sector
Cochrane Review highlights need for new interventions to improve chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Flu vaccines now available 12 May
Calls for targeted action as rural road toll exposed
Researchers probe Covid’s uneven impact on racialized and immigrant communities in Peel Region
HELP ensure quality end of life
New regional hub to address medical workforce shortages
Reconciliation, Oven Mountain, accessibility on May Council’s agenda
NT Covid update 11 May
PharmaAdvice: Why and how of reporting adverse drug reactions
Wildfire smoke exposure during pregnancy may impact birth weight: Study
Wildfire smoke exposure in pregnancy may impact birth weight: Study
Indoor tanning ban would reduce melanoma deaths, show researchers
WHO highlights glaring gaps in regulation of alcohol marketing across borders
FuturePro Pty Ltd and its Director convicted and sentenced for unlawful conduct relating to alternative medicines
Risky behaviours, exercise, and gambling among topics to be explored at Preventive Health Conference 2022
NT Covid update 10 May
Doors close on Helensburgh Community Centre – Wollongong
Cardiovascular disease affects US-born Black adults more than Black immigrants
Peter Jüni talks to CBC about his time as Ontario Covid Science Advisory Table’s scientific director
With ‘baby steps,’ effort to Indigenize public health and preventive medicine program moves forward
Parliament to resume with Budget 2022 to be handed down
NT Covid update 9 May