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Wildfire smoke can affect your health. This type of smoke contains a mixture of gases and fine particles from burning trees and other plant materials. These particles can get deep into your lungs and may be absorbed into the bloodstream. The Saskatchewan Ministry of Health has produced a fact sheet with information on who is at risk, how to protect yourself, and links to find current air quality conditions.

Saskatchewan's youth are using tanning beds at a very young age despite the risk of skin cancer. An Ipsos Reid survey commissioned by Sun Smart Saskatchewan has found that 58 percent of young adults in the province who use tanning beds started before the age of 18.
The Sun Smart news release is available
here.

The Regina Screening Program for Breast Cancer clinic is now located at 4545 Parliament Avenue, west of Lewvan Drive. For information or to schedule an appointment for a mammogram, call 1-855-584-8228. Click here for a map of the location.

The July support services calendars for Regina and Saskatoon are now available.

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