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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Protect Your Pet & Community: Sat. May 11 with $25 Rabies Vaccination

April 30, 2013 -Low-Cost Rabies Clinics Taking Place across Peterborough City and County The Peterborough Public Health and local veterinarians are teaming up again this year to provide pet owners with low-cost rabies clinics across Peterborough City and County on Saturday, May 11 from 12 noon to 2:00 p.m. The cost for a rabies shot […]

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Protect Yourself during Flood Conditions

April 26, 2013 – Public Health Advises Heath Precautions to Keep Water, Food and Sewage Systems Safe The Peterborough Public Health is advising residents who are experiencing flooding to take precautions to protect their health.  Floodwaters can have negative impacts on private drinking water supplies, private sewage disposal systems and food safety. Drinking Water Precautions […]

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Community Invited to Comment on Public Health’s Draft Strategic Plan

April 26, 2013 – Feedback Period Open until Friday, May 3 The Peterborough Public Health has posted its draft 2013-2017 Strategic Plan and is inviting all residents to share their thoughts on the plan they helped to develop. Hundreds of community voices were heard through a number of consultation sessions, focus groups, and an online […]

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Parents Invited to Free Presentation on May 7:

April 25, 2013 –  “Understanding Mood Problems in Children and Adolescents: From Mood Swings to Depression and Bipolar Disorder” Featuring Dr. Kevin Nugent, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist Peterborough Healthy Families invites parents and caregivers to a free presentation entitled “Understanding Mood Problems in Children and Adolescents: From Mood Swings to Depression and Bipolar Disorder” on Tuesday, […]

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Giving Immunization a Boost

April 22, 2013 – Statement from Dr. Arlene King, Chief Medical Officer of Health As we mark World Immunization Awareness Week, I want to remind Ontarians of the immense value and benefit immunization brings to our lives. The threat of infectious disease is only too common in our world, and immunization is the most effective […]

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