An ITV News investigation has found a dramatic rise in the number of police incidents involving so-called legal highs in Wales.
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Russell Joseph is 18 and from Cardiff - he has taken legal highs many times.
He told our reporter Tom Sheldrick what it was like when he took legal highs:
He said that, despite being aware of the dangers of legal highs, he would take them again, although he wouldn't "do it constantly" like others.
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Detective Chief Inspector Roger Fortey, Gwent Police's lead on drugs and legal highs, insists police forces here are taking a "hard-line proactive approach" to tackling the problems posed by legal highs.
He said it was based on targeting businesses selling legal highs, with products seized from two shops, and action taken against "sophisticated" online businesses selling legal highs - but also educating young people who might be attracted to using the substances.
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Solskjaer spent Wednesday in London in talks with chairman Mehmet Dalman with owner Vincent Tan joining them on the telephone from Malaysia.
The Norwegian's eight-and-a-half-month reign at Cardiff was brought into sharp focus on Tuesday night with a 1-0 defeat to Middlesbrough, the club's second home defeat in the space of four days.
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Even with factors such as age, smoking and amount of exercise taken out, higher health risks still exist for those who sit for long spells at work, according to research.
Around half of the UK working population have sedentary occupations - most notably office-based jobs, where more than 75% of the working day is spent sitting.
Today, health specialists from across Wales will gather in Cardiff on a seminar relating to the risks of sedentary behaviour at work and discuss ways in which to reduce it.
The number of cases logged by Wales' four police forces with the term 'legal high' increased by almost 2,000 per cent in the last two years.
The figures were uncovered by ITV News through Freedom of Information requests.
Incidents logged with term 'legal high':
NORTH WALES POLICE
- 2012 - 3
- 2013 - 13
- 2014 - 23
- 2011/12 - 1
- 2012/13 - 3
- 2013/14 - 23
- 2011/12 - 1
- 2012/13 - 5
- 2013/14 - 58
SOUTH WALES POLICE
- 2012 - 6
- 2013 - 30
- 2014 (until 31 July) - 103
- Year to 2012 - 11
- Year to 2013 - 51
- Year to 2014 - 207
An ITV News investigation has uncovered the growing problem of so-called legal highs in Wales.
Figures from all four Welsh police forces show the number of incidents logged with the words 'legal high' increase from just 11 in the year to 2012, to 207 this year.
Legal highs are also known as new psychoactive substances. They contain one or more chemical substances, designed to mimic the stimulant effects of illegal drugs.
Across the UK, around one death every week involves legal highs.
The term 'legal highs' suggests they are safe, but users know little about the substances contained within them, which can often vary.
The Welsh Assembly's Health and Social Care Committee is currently holding an inquiry into their harms, the level of education surrounding them, and whether changes to the law could help tackle the problems.
UK Government Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker said that more than 350 substances have been banned since 2010, and he will announce his response to a review into policies on legal highs shortly.
A woman has died in an ambulance whilst waiting in a queue outside Morriston hospital.
The patient, who hasn't been named, died this afternoon at approximately 3.40pm after being transferred from another hospital.
In a joint statement Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Health Board and the Welsh Ambulance Service said a review is being launched into what happened.