Prostate cancer kills over 540 men in Wales every year and more than 2,500 are diagnosed annually.Read the full story ›
The Ambulance Service is asking people to check they have all the medication they need, drink responsibly and only call 999 in an emergency.Read the full story ›
A new Welsh Government report suggests fewer people are dying of cardiovascular disease in Wales.Read the full story ›
A number of schools across Wales are set to provide free meals and a range of physical activities for children during the summer holidays.Read the full story ›
Irashadur Rahman, 43, was found to have rats droppings on his ingredients and mouldy food over a month out of date in his squalid kitchen.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Blood Service needs 450 donations every day to keep 19 hospitals across Wales with a healthy stock of blood.
They need new volunteers and anyone aged between 17 and 66, who weighs over 7st 12lbs (50kg), who is healthy and not subject to certain medical exclusions can volunteer to become a blood donor.
Watch Alexandra Lodge take you through a step by step guide on what's involved:
- Step 1 - Register online
- Step 2 - Go to a clinic
- Step 3 - Read information and fill out questionnaire to check you're fit and healthy to donate
- Step 4 - Have a confidential chat with a member of the Welsh blood service & get your iron levels checked
- Step 5 - Give blood - which takes around 10 minutes
- Step 6 - Enjoy a cuppa or cold drink and a biscuit as reward.
Access to treatments for multiple sclerosis in Wales is still a postcode lottery according to a new survey.Read the full story ›
The letters A, B and O will disappear from famous landmarks across the world as part of a blood donation campaign.Read the full story ›
450 bags of blood are needed every day in Wales, to meet demand and save patients' lives.Read the full story ›
People using the internet to self-diagnose is making the work of GPs more difficult, according to the British Medical Association.
It says patients pre-diagnosing themselves can mean doctors need to spend more time explaining what the problem actually is.
Here are the most popular questions searched in Wales:
- What is cancer?
- How does cancer kill?
- Is there a cure for cancer?
- Is cancer a disease?
- How do you know if you have cancer?
- What causes cancer?
- What does cancer look like?
- Is cancer hereditary?
- What does a cancer lump feel like?
- How many people get cancer?