Information on different types of diabetes, including prevention and screening.
Drinking water is strictly regulated in the NWT to ensure it is of good quality and safe for people to drink.
The Drop the Pop Campaign encourages students to drink healthy beverages.
Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a severe disease that causes haemorrhagic fever in humans and animals.
Environmental contaminants can be found in wildlife, land, and water.
Environmental Health helps protect human health by addressing issues in the environment that might impact human health.
Information for people experiencing or witnessing family violence.
Information on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Fish provide important nutrients in our diet and are a good source of nutrition.
Eating a wide variety of healthy foods keeps families healthy and strong. Traditional foods are very healthy and provide a significant variety and amount of nutrients.
Providing support to children and youth where families are unable, unavailable or unwilling to protect them.
Information on gonorrhea.
The Office of the Chief Public Health Officer provides advisories and information that are of concern to the health of NWT residents.
Listing of health and social services fee rates.
Information for researchers wishing to conduct research in collaboration with the Department of Health and Social Services.
Information on how to file a complaint against a regulated health and social services professional.
Information on health effects of cannabis.
Information on Hepatitis C.