The "alarming" gap between rich and poor is risking the health of children in Wales, according to a new study.Read the full story ›
Assembly Members are calling for a public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal of the 1970s and 80s.Read the full story ›
Medical students from Cardiff University are teaching children how to recognise the signs and symptoms of an asthma attack.Read the full story ›
A centre will open in Carmarthen today aimed at helping people over 50 improve their health and fitness.Read the full story ›
January's the month when more people sign up and join a gym than any other time of year - it's that combination of Christmas pudding and New Year's Resolutions.
But we've found a bit of inspiration in Wrexham.
Tomorrow, Joan Capel will turn 99-years-old and she's Total Fitness' oldest member.
Watch Rob Shelley's report here.
A grandfather from Barry was the first person in the UK to have surgery on live TV this afternoon.
Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Sunil Dolwani performed a colonoscopy on 60-year-old Philip McSparron at Cardiff and Vale University hospital.
Please note the video below is an advertisement for Cancer Research UK and has some graphic content.
Only three quarters of patients are seen with four hours a Wales' major A&E units. The Welsh Government target is 95 per cent.Read the full story ›
A grandfather from Barry will be the first person in the UK to have surgery on live TV when his colonoscopy is broadcast later.Read the full story ›
Staff working in sterilisation and disinfection units at Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board hospitals will go on strike over payRead the full story ›