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wouldurather…Quit Contest Returns to Huron County
More young adults smoke in this province compared to all other age groups, and they overwhelmingly say that they want to quit.
The best way to do that? Use evidence-based quit aids and get into a program that has been specifically tailored for young adults 18-29.
Know HIV, No Stigma: Red Scarf comes to Seaforth November 30
The incredible advances in HIV/AIDS treatment, testing and prevention are still overshadowed by stigma around the subject. To help raise awareness and fight stigma, the Huron County Health Unit is bringing Red Scarf and the “Know HIV. No Stigma” campaign to Seaforth on November 30.
Emergency Services recipients of AgriSpirit Fund
Huron County Emergency Services is pleased to announce they are recipients of the 2018 Farm Credit Canada, AgriSpirit Fund. The Public Access to Defibrillator Program (PAD) was chosen as one of eighty programs from over 1400 applications across Canada. The AgriSpirit Fund awards organizations in four areas: those providing community enhancement or service, health and […]
Health Unit offers education session on new regulation
A recent Ontario regulation means changes for personal service settings; the Huron County Health Unit is offering a free education session about the regulation this November to owners and operators who provide these services.