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dinsdag 15 augustus 2017

Campylobacter outbreak linked with unpasteurised milk.

Campylobacter outbreak linked with unpasteurised milk.
People who have consumed unpasteurised or 'raw' cow's milk produced at Penlan y Môr Farm near New Quay are being asked to be vigilant for symptoms of Campylobacter infection, including persistent nausea, diarrhoea, stomach cramps, and fever.
 
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Registration for the Welsh Public Health Conference 2017 opens
Registration for the Welsh Public Health Conference 2017 on 26 & 27 October has now opened.
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Public Health Wales encourages parents to think again about breastfeeding
As the world celebrates Breastfeeding Week this week, Public Health Wales has revealed that only around half of parents (51 per cent) in Wales say that they were definitely going to breastfeed their baby when they were pregnant.
 
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Additional £1m for End of Life Care
Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething has announced an additional £1m to further enhance End of Life Care services in Wales.
 
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£50m to further improve NHS waiting times in Wales
An additional £50m is being invested in the Welsh NHS to help further reduce waiting times, Health Secretary Vaughan Gething has announced today (Thursday 10th August 2017).
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TB screening offered to Cardiff nursery
Screening for tuberculosis (TB) will be offered to around 100 children at a Cardiff day nursery after a member of staff was diagnosed with the infection.
 
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10,000 new NHS dental places to be created in Wales
10,000 new NHS dental places are to be created in some of the most deprived parts of Wales as part of a £1.3m investment by the Welsh Government, Health Secretary Vaughan Gething announced.
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A-Level students urged to protect themselves against meningitis before starting university
As young people prepare for their A-level results, Public Health Wales is reminding them of the importance of protecting themselves from meningococcal disease before heading off to university.
 
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