COVID-19 Booster Vaccine Advice
Learn about booster doses for COVID-19 vaccines, who they are recommended for, when you need one and how to get it.
To receive the best protection against serious illness or death from COVID-19, you should stay up to date with all vaccinations recommended for your age or individual health needs. Boosters are important to maintain this protection.
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
Getting a regular Kidney Health Check is important because often there are no warning signs for sick kidneys. That’s why kidney disease is sometimes called a ‘silent disease’.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are 4 times more likely to have chronic kidney disease (CKD) and develop End Stage Renal Disease (ESRN).
Women's Health Week
Women’s health week gives a focus to a number of significant health issues for Women. These include perimenopause and menopause, issues affecting wellbeing and mental health, and the importance of health checks and regular physical exercise.
R U OK? Day
It’s our National Day of Action when we remind Australians that every day is the day to ask, ‘Are you OK?’ and start a meaningful conversation whenever they spot the signs that someone they care about might be struggling with life.
R U OK? has released resources, tips and ideas to help you drive genuine change in your workplace, school and community.
NT on Alert for Japanese Encephalitis
Japanese encephalitis is caused by the Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV). It is transmitted through mosquito bites after the insects feed on infected pigs and waterbirds. Its presence has been identified in humans, animals, and mosquitoes in mainland Australia. While often asymptomatic in humans, sporadically, it can lead to severe illness or even death.
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