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Make Your Own Nutrition Posters

December 18th, 2015 admin Uncategorized

Are You Mindful?

November 12th, 2015 admin Uncategorized, Video
Have you heard about mindfulness? It’s a technique you can use to focus your mind and concentrate on what you are doing in the moment–whether eating, studying, or doing something physical. Here’s a quick and easy description.…

Sunny Day

June 12th, 2015 Fiona Gilsenan Uncategorized
Do you know what kind of hat is the best to keep you safe from the sun? It’s one that has a brim at least 4 in/10 cm. Make sure your head is covered to protect you from summer sun. …

Tobacco-free Youth

May 15th, 2015 Fiona Gilsenan Uncategorized
Hi5 in Action is very pleased to present this new presentation made in partnership with Interior Health on how to support youth who want to be smoke-free. It’s full of interesting facts, resources and some pretty cool video. Please check …

Online Interactive Modules

May 15th, 2015 Fiona Gilsenan Uncategorized

HPV Vaccine for Boys?

March 10th, 2014 Fiona Gilsenan Uncategorized
You might have heard that girls in BC have been receiving a vaccine for HPV (actually 3 doses of the vaccine). That’s because the vaccine has been shown to reduce the risk of cervical cancer for women. But did you …

Ban the Tan

March 2nd, 2014 Fiona Gilsenan Uncategorized
Have you ever wondered why tanning is considered such a bad thing? After all, getting a little colour and Vitamin D can’t be bad, can it? Unfortunately, it can be a bad thing. The BC government has put in place …

Youth Ambassadors

March 13th, 2013 admin Uncategorized
Youth Ambassadors in Trail showing off their puffing skills. What happens when the kids take over the show? At JL Crowe Secondary school in Trail, these students ran the Prevention Programs information booth to let fellow students know about health …

What’s Inside?

March 6th, 2013 admin Uncategorized
Take care of what’s inside! Have you heard about LACE? The Live Aware campaign was a grassroots effort to promote Pap testing for cervical cancer. To let young women know that they need to get tested for this cancer, two …