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Subject: Malaria
Malaria is a serious, sometimes fatal, disease spread by mosquitoes. It is common in many tropical countries and is caused by a parasite called Plasmodium. This two page leaflet covers the types of parasite that carry malaria, where it is most commonly found and the preventative measures you can...
This bookletprovides a simplified approach to the treatment of common infections,promotes the safe, effective and economic use of antibiotics, andaims to minimise the emergence of bacterial resistance in the community.
Subject: School lunch
This booklet is designed toimprove pupils' nutrition and implement healthier eating and drinking practices. It containspractical tips for parents, carers and children on how to pack an appetising, healthy lunchbox.
Subject: Fraud initiative
The Public Health Agency is required by law to protect the public funds it administers. This A4 sheet provides information on the National Fraud Initiative.
Subject: mental health
This booklet is full of practical tips and information on managing stress and achieving and maintaining positive mental health and emotional wellbeing. It also contains a comprehensive list of helpful local organisations and websites. The booklet targets first year students at university and...
Subject: Skin cancer, Sunbed
This leafletwarns against the dangers of using sunbeds, most notably skin cancer, and offersadvice on the Health and Safety Guidelines that sunbed operators should abide by. This leaflet was produced by the Ulster Cancer Foundation and reprinted by the PHA as part of the sunbeds campaign.
Subject: Cervical cancer
This leaflet is distributed to girls in Year 9 and explains about the HPV vaccine which can help protect against cervical cancer.
Subject: Breast screening
This leaflet is used to support the Northern Ireland breast screening programme and explains the importance of screening in detecting breast cancer.
Subject: tobacco
This booklet takes smokers through the stages of stopping smoking as well as answers common questions smokers ask about smoking