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donderdag 7 juni 2018

Food for thought as ABMU dietitians promote prevention

Food for thought as ABMU dietitians promote prevention
Dietitians across ABMU will be giving people plenty of food for thought during a national awareness week taking place next month.
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New curriculum places health and wellbeing at heart of learning
Pioneering Welsh schools shared their experiences of embedding health and wellbeing into the new national curriculum at an event hosted by Public Health Wales.
 
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Welsh rugby star helps raise over £2000 towards Ysbyty Gwynedd Children's Ward
Over £2,000 has been raised towards Ysbyty Gwynedd's Children's Ward with the help of a Welsh rugby star.
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Lyme disease advice in Wales: be tick aware
Public Health Wales is advising people who are planning a trip outdoors to be tick aware.
 
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New service shows why it's not just good to talk - it's healthy too
A new kind of prescription is available at one group of GP practices in Swansea – and it could involve a nice cup of tea and a chat.
 
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Cardiac team up for two awards for putting patients at the heart of care
Putting patients at the heart of their care has put specialist staff at Morriston Hospital in the running for two top awards.
 
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£500,000 refurbishment helps hospital ward become more dementia friendly
A mental health ward for elderly people with dementia has undergone a £500,000 refurbishment as part of an ongoing drive to improve standards of care.
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Free flu vaccinations for Wales' care home workers
Staff working in adult residential care and nursing homes in Wales will be eligible for free flu vaccinations through NHS community pharmacies from this winter, Health and Social Services Secretary, Vaughan Gething announced today.
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