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Outbreaks of Salmonella infections linked to frozen raw breaded chicken products. Check your chicken nuggets and chicken fries:
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BCCDC Jul 20
Take Home Naloxone kits are available if you or a friend or family member is at risk of an overdose. Read more about the program and where to get one here:
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BCCDC Jul 20
Going on a picnic, camping or grilling outdoors this weekend? Don't forget these food safety tips:
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BCCDC Jul 20
WATCH: A Nigerian entrepreneur is beating the stigma of STIs with secret home-testing kits: via Learn about 's free and confidential STI testing service from :
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SmartSexResource Jul 19
World Hepatitis Day is coming up on July 28th. How much do you know about Hepatitis? Test your knowledge with this quiz:
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BCCDC Jul 20
1) Only drink treated or boiled water and 2) Keep perishable foods chilled in a cooler bag with an ice pack. More tips to avoid food poisoning on your next trip:
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SmartSexResource Jul 19
doesn’t always show symptoms – you have to test to know for sure. Test now, test often.
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BCCDC Jul 19
For the head of the U.S. , the fight against the opioid epidemic is personal via
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BCCDC Jul 19
Ticked Off: Story and illustrations about Lyme disease in with a handy list of precautions: Info about Lyme disease in BC at:
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Fraser Health Jul 18
We’re making it easier for families/friends of people who use substances to access support. Learn more about our new resources:
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BCCDC Jul 19
How can we protect ourselves from smoke? Reduce your exposure, says and 's Sarah Henderson. Read a Q&A with Sarah from last year:
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Prov Health Services Jul 19
Wildfires have sparked a number of evacuation orders and alerts in the province. Follow and for the latest updates. For more info and emergency preparedness: Call 1-800-663-5555 or *5555 to report a .
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BCCDC Jul 19
Smoke from several is impacting the and has some tips to protect your health: Here is how the is working to protect the public from the threat of smoke:
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Prov Health Services Jul 19
Concerned about air quality and ? Check for the latest info.
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BCCDC Jul 18
Attn health professionals: Learn about expanding screening and treatment for at this webinar on July 27:
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BCCDC Jul 18
Before you head outdoors this summer, be aware that bats can carry rabies so don’t touch them:
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Prov Health Services Jul 17
An important safety reminder from as we head into season: How to stay safe from wildfire smoke.
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BCCDC Jul 18
Warning issued after more deadly mushrooms spotted in Victoria via More info on the death cap mushroom is available on our website:
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antibioticwise Jul 16
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BCCDC Jul 17
ICYMI: Toxic death cap mushrooms are fruiting early in Greater Victoria, public warned not to eat them: via Poster available here:
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