Welsh Government has put forward proposals for students at special schools to have regular sight tests in the classroom.Read the full story ›
Deaths from liver disease in Wales have more than doubled in the last 20 years.Read the full story ›
Public Health Wales says it's because people are living longer and there's been an increase in many preventable cancers.Read the full story ›
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The Welsh Government has launched a new initiative to provide free swimming for members of the Armed Forces in Wales.
The scheme will be open to all veterans and those currently serving who are on leave.
Eligible people must have a MOD Privilege Card and their home address in Wales.
Deputy Minister for Sport Ken Skates AM and Public Services Minister Leighton Andrews will be visiting Newport to launch the scheme and meet armed service personnel and veterans.
This is very pleasing and a further show of commitment from the Welsh Government towards Armed Forces personnel and veterans living in Wales. Great strides have been made by local authorities, all 22 of which have signed up to the Community Covenant, and we want to keep enhancing and strengthening the bonds that we have established over the last few years.
Following the news that patients in Llanelli were not able to see a GP this morning at one practice because there wasn't one, the health board has issued an update - there will now be doctors.
Update on the Llanelli surgery - a doctor will now be in the house from tomorrow.
The health board and Rosedale Medical Group can confirm that, from tomorrow the Andrews Medical Practice in Llanelli will return to delivering a full GMS service with a full workforce.
Following the short-notice retirement of Dr Devichand on Friday, a Rosedale GP partner from Neath Port Talbot has now been appointed to work at the practice all day, every day, on an ongoing basis.
Sam Warburton has offered his support to a local charity's initiative designed to help spot undiagnosed heart conditions in young people.Read the full story ›
ITV Wales is looking to film with a family who want to get fit and lose weight as part of a new series.
We are looking for a family with children (under 16) who would be willing to have their progress filmed over a couple of weeks for our news programme.
We will have the experts in food and fitness to help you on your journey to a better lifestyle.
If you're interested, then contact us on e-mail: email@example.com
Here's our health and social affairs correspondent Rob Osborne with more details:
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