A teenager is calling on the Welsh Government to lower the age of cervical screening for women - after she was diagnosed with cancer.Read the full story ›
A woman who refused to get married as a 'fat bride' tells GMB she shed six stone after a nasty jibe about her weight left her in tears.Read the full story ›
More than 200,000 women are screened for cervical cancer in Wales every year, but what exactly is it they are being tested for?Read the full story ›
A teenager from South Wales who survived cervical cancer is campaigning for the Welsh Government to lower the screening age from 25.Read the full story ›
More than 80 percent of carers in Wales say they have struggled with a sense of isolation and loneliness.
Recent figures show that's as a direct result of their caring role.
As part of a partnership between ITV News and the Media Trust, Paul Davies reports on how some of Wales' 400,000 carers say not enough attention is being given to their needs.
Simon James, a second row for the Brynamman RFC’s second side, collapsed without warning as they took on Cefneithin RFC in April.Read the full story ›
Health bosses say 651 people who used a piercing and tattoo studio in Newport have now attended clinic appointments for precautionary health checks.
Concerns were raised after five people with serious skin infections were treated as hospital in-patients.
The confirmed cases could also indicate a low risk of transmission of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C and an extremely low risk of HIV transmission for all clients of these premises.
A blood test to check for Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV has been offered.
The local health board says clinic slots are still available and health staff are encouraging anyone that has had a procedure carried out at the premises to come forward for the test.
We are delighted with the response so far to our call for people to come forward for testing. This response is a credit to the hard work of professional NHS staff at clinics and on helplines. They are ready to help and to listen, and the blood test they are offering is quick and easy. It could really help to put minds at rest
If you think you had a tattoo or a piercing at the shop in question, or if you have missed an appointment at one of our helpful clinics, please call 02920 402528 to speak to a member of our staff who can help you.
The number of people with dementia is expected to double in the next generation. 850,000 people currently live with the condition.Read the full story ›
Public Health Wales is warning visitors to farms this Bank Holiday weekend to be aware of the infectious diseases associated with livestock.Read the full story ›
A chef from St Gwladwys Bargoed Primary School has won School Chef of the Year in a National competitionRead the full story ›