We bring you the latest news from the healthcare about the health care in the United Kingdom.

donderdag 26 april 2018

Obesity levels among four and five-year-olds in Wales increase

Obesity levels among four and five-year-olds in Wales increase
Latest Child Measurement Programme statistics reveal a rise in the number of obese four to five year olds over the last two years.
 
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NHS Wales Websites Survey
If you live or work in Wales and use NHS Wales services we need your help.
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New project on the impact of health on society and the economy receives funding
The University of Bristol, Public Health Wales and other partners have been awarded a £450k grant to produce evidence for policy on the social and economic benefits of improving population health.
 
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Public Health Wales raising radon awareness
Public Health Wales is helping Welsh Government raise awareness of radon risks in the social housing sector.
 
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"NHS Bursary to continue in Wales" -- Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething
Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething, has confirmed the NHS bursary will be extended in Wales for students starting their studies in September 2019
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Colwyn Bay nurses and therapies staff team up to improve patients' health through social activities
  
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TB bus screens prisoners and homeless in Cardiff
A mobile diagnostic service came to Cardiff last week to screen prisoners and homeless people for tuberculosis (TB).
 
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Celebrating ten years of patient safety improvement
In 2008, the '1000 Lives Campaign' was launched in Wales. It was introduced into every health board and trust, setting a challenge to make a difference in Welsh hospitals within two years. That challenge meant preventing harm for patients and ultimately saving lives.
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