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Conference to Focus on Road Safety Strategies that Aim to Reduce Injuries

Taking steps to prevent road-related injuries and deaths through improved road design, education and law enforcement is the basis for this year’s Not By Accident Conference.

Community Flu Clinic Kicks Off Health Unit's Annual Flu Campaign

Fall colours, shorter days and a chill in the air are not only sure signs of autumn’s return, but are also reminders that flu season is just around the corner.

New Website Provides a Wealth of Local Health Statistics and Data

Reliable local statistics about a variety of public health-related topics are now only a few clicks away.

Identifying Risks Key to Encouraging Kids to Walk and Bike to School

Walking or riding a bike to school is a great way to start the day.

Adventures in Sex City Heroes Bring Safe Sex Messages to Local Bars Tonight

Two of the main characters from the Middlesex-London Health Unit’s popular online game, Adventures in Sex City, are stepping off the screen to raise awareness about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and safer sex.

Number of Local Pertussis Cases on the Rise

The Middlesex-London Health Unit, as well as other public health agencies in Ontario, Canada and the United States, has been noting increases in the number of pertussis cases.

Youth Voices Join Call For Federal Ban On Flavoured Tobacco Products

There’s no place for youth and teen-friendly packaging, nor flavours like cherry, mint and bubblegum in tobacco products in Canada.

West Nile Virus Protection Still Key As Second Probable Human Case Detected

With the Labour Day weekend just days away, the thoughts of many have turned to making the most of summer’s last long weekend and the impending return to school.

First Probable Human Case of West Nile Virus in Middlesex-London

The Middlesex-London Health Unit is reporting the City of London�s first probable human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) for the summer of 2012.

More West Nile Virus-Positive Mosquitoes Found in London and Middlesex County

Evidence is showing that West Nile Virus activity in London and Middlesex County is becoming more widespread.