News releases from Health and Wellness issued in the specified time period (Page 38)

Province Sees Flu Activity Begin To Rise

Health and Wellness

With more cases of seasonal flu confirmed, Nova Scotians are encouraged to get immunized and take preventative action to avoid getting sick with the flu.

HEALTH/WELLNESS--Speech Services Extended to Acadian and Francophone Pre-Schoolers

Health and Wellness

French-speaking families in Nova Scotia can now benefit from speech-language support for pre-school children in their own language.

Des services d'orthophonie sont maintenant offerts aux enfants acadiens et francophones d'âge préscolaire

Health and Wellness

Les familles francophones de la Nouvelle-Écosse bénéficient maintenant de services d'orthophonie pour les enfants d'âge préscolaire dans leur propre langue.

La distribution pour les spectacles à la Grand-Place des célébrations à midi

Health and Wellness

Les Jeux du Canada de 2011 à Halifax annoncent aujourd'hui, le 31 janvier, la distribution pour les spectacles de la Grand-Place des célébrations à midi pendant deux semaines.

Campaign Aims to Keep Teens Smoke-free

Health and Wellness

A lot more young Nova Scotians will never start smoking, if the province and some nine-foot-dinosaurs have their way.

Use of Healthlink 811 on the Rise

Health and Wellness

More Nova Scotians are taking advantage of Healthlink 811 for health-related advice, leading to better care sooner.

Team Nova Scotia Flag Bearers Named for Canada Games

Health and Wellness

Hockey player Ryan Falkenham of Halifax and Judoka Whitney Lohnes of Bridgewater will have the distinction of serving as Team Nova Scotia captains and proudly carrying the flag during the opening and closing ceremonies at the Halifax 2011 Canada Winter Games.

Nova Scotians Urged to Get Free Flu Shot

Health and Wellness

With the height of the flu season set to begin, Nova Scotians are reminded of the importance of getting a free flu shot.

Governments Celebrate Completion of Canada Games Centre

Health and Wellness

The stage is set to welcome Canadian athletes to Halifax with the grand opening of the Canada Games Centre, a multi-purpose training and community recreation facility that will benefit Nova Scotians.