Doctors from the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin met in Cardiff this weekend to discuss challenges facing the Welsh NHS.Read the full story ›
A mother from Rhyl is aiming to raise awareness of a little-known form of epilepsy by sharing videos of her baby's seizures online.
Ten-month-old Olivia has infantile spasms known as West Syndrome.
Around four hundred children in the UK will develop the condition each year, but it can be difficult to identify.
Now Olivia's mum Jade says she wants to show others how they might be able to spot the signs.
Ian Lang reports:
There are concerns over an increase of flu cases in hospitals and GP surgeries in Wales.Read the full story ›
Over £31 million is to be invested in improving health services for mothers and babies in South Wales.Read the full story ›
Health Secretary Vaughan Gething has stood by his claim that there is no crisis in emergency care in Wales.Read the full story ›
Pictures have emerged showing patients in beds lining corridors at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant.Read the full story ›
A Welsh rugby player was left in agony waiting for the ambulance after suffering a fractured vertebrae in a tackle in Caerphilly.Read the full story ›
Our National Health Service has been making headlines for months and this week is no exception.
Last night we brought you the news that emergency care in Wales is considered to be in a state of crisis by some doctors.
But today the health secretary refused to accept that claim and insisted that the system is coping.
ITV Wales News has been to one A&E department in Wrexham to hear the concerns there.
Watch our health reporter James Crichton-Smith'sreport here.
The Heath Secretary, Vaughan Gething, has told ITV Wales News that the country's Accident & Emergency units are not in crisis.Read the full story ›
The app lets people find out the opening times of departments, contact details and directions to the different units.Read the full story ›