A bilingual play about dementia that's touring Wales has been met by sell out audiences. Swansea actress Karin Diamond, who wrote the play, told us how she wanted to show the condition in a different light.
A Formula One pit stop team are teaching their techniques to neonatal medical staff in order to help them resuscitate babies faster.Read the full story ›
A local charity is seeking volunteers from across Anglesey to help run a new service that supports people with dementia.Read the full story ›
Volunteers at ChildLine’s bases inCardiff and Prestatyn dealt with almost 450 calls relating to exam stress in the last year alone.Read the full story ›
Researchers at Cardiff University say babies born with a low birth weight are at an increased risk of death in infancy through to adolescence compared to babies born at a normal birth weight.
A team from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine, led by Professor Sailesh Kotecha, examined official death rates in low birth weight babies among over 12m births in England and Wales.
The study reaffirms the need to tackle important factors such as maternal smoking and deprivation which are well known to contribute to low birth weight.
By better understanding and ameliorating influences that lead to low birth weight, deaths in infancy and beyond could be cut.
Cardiff mum Charlotte developed a condition called 'Postpartum Psychosis'. It affects around one in every thousand new mothers.Read the full story ›
New research shows more than two-thirds of people in Wales suffer from hay fever so badly it keeps them awake for more than an hour a night.Read the full story ›
Figures show more than 2000 patients aged between 55 and 75 were admitted to Welsh hospitals with alcohol-related illness last year.Read the full story ›