Around 1,500 ambulance service staff are to be balloted over industrial action and a vote of 'no confidence' in the Welsh Ambulance Trust.
Welsh heart failure patients could be given a placebo in place of an adrenaline shot as part of a new study.
The parents of Freddie Bamford Lewis fear he would not have survived under the new system after he was born prematurely.
A person in Cardiff is being monitored by Public Health Wales following possible exposure to the Ebola virus in West Africa.
The individual will be monitored for the duration of the incubation period of 21 days.
– Public Health Wales spokesperson
Public Health Wales can confirm that an individual resident in Wales is currently staying away from work and limiting contact with other people voluntarily following possible exposure to Ebola while visiting Western Africa. The individual does not have symptoms of Ebola and there are no cases of Ebola in Wales.
We are alert to the possibility of Ebola cases in the UK given the outbreak in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea and we remain vigilant to unexplained illness in people who have travelled from the area. Processes have been developed to protect public health in the event that we are notified of any individual who may have been exposed to Ebola.
Dr Ashley Morgan, a body image expert, says that our perceptions of what we see as imperfections are changing.
A clinic in Cardiff is offering a new service where people can pay £500 for a treatment to have their freckles removed.
Dr Maria Gonzalez from the Specialist Skin Clinic believes that young people are now trying to get rid of their freckles to achieve what they perceive as 'perfection'.
A clinic in Cardiff has been dividing opinion after it is offering a new service to remove freckles.
The procedure, which costs £500, involves using a laser which sends a pulsed beam of light to shatter dark skin particles, encouraging the freckles to disappear over time.
Staff at the clinic say they have been inundated with customers who are fed up of camouflaging their freckles with make-up.
There is a demand this morning that immediate steps need to be taken to ensure NHS staff can raise concerns and complaints without fear of retaliation.
The call comes from the Assembly's Health and Social Care Committee which has been looking into the culture of complaint handling in hospitals.
– David Rees AM, Chair of the Health and Social Care Committee
Recent reports have demonstrated that the way complaints are handled requires a significant improvement. With an ageing population, a growth in more complex health problems, and an ever-changing landscape of conditions and treatments, mistakes will occur and lessons will need to be learnt.
We therefore recognise the fundamental importance of the recent work undertaken to review complaints handling in Wales and further afield, and welcome the steps that are being taken to help ensure that patients, relatives and staff feel able and well supported to speak out about the smallest or most serious concerns.
Controversial changes to complex baby care in West Wales begin today.
Health bosses at Hywel Dda local health board are moving consultant led maternity services from Withybush hospital in Pembrokeshire, to Glangwili Hospital in Carmarthen.
The plans have sparked protests in the area and on the steps of the Senedd.
The new neonatal unit at Glangwili Hospital will be operational from today.
Sudden cardiac death - which came to prominence when foootballer Fabrice Muamba suffered a near-fatal heart attack during a game - kills over 600 people under the age of 34 every year.
Now scientists at Cardiff University have identified the faulty gene that causes the condition, giving hope that a cure could be within reach.
Today we spoke to Professor Jeremy Pearson from the British Heart Foundation, who says he is encouraged by the breakthrough.
Heart specialists at Cardiff University have, for the first time, discovered the cause of sudden cardiac death in young children.
Scientists have found that incoherent communication between two proteins in heart cells was to blame for the previously unexplained cause of death.
– Professor Tony Lai, Cardiff University
"A healthy and regular heartbeat is maintained by precise control of the calcium level in heart muscle cells, but our experiments have identified a genetic flaw that invites chaos to this process."
In the future, Professor Lai anticipates that the finding will give doctors a new weapon in the fight against sudden cardiac death.
– Professor Jeremy Pearson, British Heart Foundation
"Uncovering genetic links like this is vital to help combat the devastating effects of inherited heart conditions. The British Heart Foundation is urgently campaigning for more research to help find the undiscovered faulty genes putting people at greater risk of heart disease."
A third of people with asthma in Wales are missing out on essential annual reviews to check if they're on the right medication. Charity Asthma UK have looked at government figures and found many people in Wales are missing out on essential annual reviews. Megan Boot reports:
Asthma UK have provided a survey to help people understand the care they are entitled to - http://www.asthma.org.uk/compareyourcare