NAHO News, May 2008

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Aboriginal Sport Stories
The National Aboriginal Health Organization would like to hear how you promote sports in your community. We would like to profile your community sports and recreation activities.
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FactSheet and Relay Race Raise Awareness of SIDS
The Ajunnginiq Centre has published a fact sheet about risk reduction of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Ajunnginiq Centre staff member Paani Zizman, who researched and wrote the fact sheet, was inspired to run with the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Death in the Run for SIDS, May 24-25.

NAHO E-Bulletin Spring 2008
Here you will find feature articles, fact sheets, tips, quizzes and more related to the health and well-being of First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
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Human Health Resources Education News
A new feature from now keeps you up to date on Aboriginal education news.
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The Métis Centre at NAHO is pleased to welcome Catherine Graham as their new director.
Joining NAHO on May 12, Catherine brings with her more than 20 years of experience working on Aboriginal social justice and health issues. She has an MA in Legal Studies, an Honours BA in Criminology and Sociology, and a BA in Law from Carleton University. Catherine’s research interests include; child and youth mental health, gender issues, issues concerning jurisdiction, and the social determinants of health.

May is Hepatitis Awareness Month
Take this opportunity to learn more about hepatitis and the most common forms of the disease - hepatitis A, B and C.
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