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Fish

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Last reviewed: May 2018

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Parenting and Child Health - Health Topics - Fish for young children

Eating fish is good for the health of infants and young children in several ways, including building a strong heart and nervous system.

Read more on Women's and Children's Health Network website

Camping safety - NT.GOV.AU

Advice on swimming, four-wheel drive trips, boating, fishing and lighting fires while camping in the Northern Territory.

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Acquired ichthyosis - ACD

Acquired ichthyosis is a non-hereditary skin condition characterised by dry and rough skin with scaling. It is often described as fish scale skin and usually appears for the first time in early adult life.

Read more on Australasian College of Dermatologists website

Healthy Kids : Healthy Shopping List

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ARPANSA - Japan Advisory - Ocean contanimation

Japan Advisory Fact Sheet - There have been no detections of radioactive materials from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Australian waters.

Read more on ARPANSA – Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency website

Kids' Health - Topics - Food poisoning

You might get just a bit ill, but, you could get very sick and need to see the doctor or even go to hospital.

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Serve sizes | Eat For Health

What is a serve of vegetables? A standard serve is about 75g (100–350kJ) or: ½ cup cooked green or orange vegetables (for example, broccoli, spinach, carrots or pumpkin) ½ cup cooked dried or canned beans, peas or lentils

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Bites and stings - NT.GOV.AU

Bites and stings from bats, insects, caterpillars, jellyfish and mosquitoes.

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Digestive health - NT.GOV.AU

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Bacterial infections - NT.GOV.AU

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