The desire for a whiter than white smile has become an industry worth 40 million pounds in the UK, but is there a price to pay for the perfect smile?
In a new series our Current Affairs programme, Y Byd ar Bedwar, investigates the salons offering tooth whitening illegally.
You can watch the full undercover investigation tonight at 9.30pm on S4C, the programme has English subtitles.
Sport Wales chair Paul Thomas and his vice-chair are suspended. Other board members are reinstated after vote of no confidence in the chair.Read the full story ›
A mother is speaking out against illegal tooth whitening after being told the treatment had destroyed the condition of her mouth.Read the full story ›
Neath Port Talbot Hospital has become the first in Wales to offer 'super microsurgery' treatment for lymphoedema on the NHS.Read the full story ›
Alzheimer’s Research UK has welcomed a call for people in Wales to take positive steps to reduce their risk of dementia.
It comes as the Welsh Government encourage everyone in Wales to get active to lower their dementia risk.
We welcome the call to action from the Welsh Government and Public Health Wales, and we hope this will encourage people in Wales to take these steps to reduce their risk of dementia. While age is the biggest risk factor for dementia, current evidence also suggests that people can help to reduce their risk by leading a healthy lifestyle. This includes doing regular exercise, not smoking and eating a healthy, balanced diet. It’s also important to monitor blood pressure and cholesterol levels with a GP to keep them in check.
The age of consent for getting intimate piercings should be 18, according to a new report.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Government are encouraging people to improve their physical and mental health as they age.Read the full story ›
Time to Change Wales conducted a nationwide survey which found a positive shift in how people perceive mental health.Read the full story ›
Young people in Wales are twice as likely to try an e-cigarette compared to tobacco, according to research from Cardiff University.Read the full story ›
A campaign to raise awareness of Lyme disease has found thousands could be living with it, despite being diagnosed with something else.Read the full story ›