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01 December 2017 
The Department of Health is advising Nunavummiut that Influenza virus is confirmed and active in three communities, and expected to spread quickly to all 25..
01 December 2017 
In Nunavut, the sun is not a reliable source of vitamin D. The best way to get enough vitamin D is to take a supplement every day...
28 November 2017 
Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week is December 1 to 7, 2017. Nunavummiut, now is the perfect time to help reduce the stigma around HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections by talking about prevention! Getting tested to know your status will protect..
22 November 2017 
The Department of Health is declaring that the pertussis (whooping cough) outbreak in Nunavut is over. This was the second outbreak in the territory in the past year. Whooping cough is a disease of the throat and lungs that spreads very easily from person.
16 November 2017 
The Department of Health is advising Baker Lake residents that a fox that was recently caught in the community has tested positive for rabies...
14 November 2017 
November is Diabetes Month. Diabetes happens when the body cannot properl...
10 November 2017 
The Department of Health is advising that there has been a significant increase in fox sightings in or near Nunavut communities.
03 November 2017 
The Department of Health advises residents of Whale Cove that the boil water advisory is over.
02 November 2017 
The Department of Health is warning about a recall of Maple Leaf brand Chicken Breast Strips from stores because they may contain the toxin produced by Staphylococcus bacteria.
02 November 2017 
The Department of Health is advising Rankin Inlet residents and local mine workers to be aware of rabies following a suspected case of the disease in a fox near the Meliadine Gold Mine this week.