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Different physical activity can help you stay strong.

Often, when we hear the word “exercise”, we think of someone running or cycling. While cardiovascular physical activity is great for improving the health of your heart and lungs, as well as helping you to maintain a healthy weight, a new study from Public Health England suggests that we need to do more to develop and maintain strong muscles and bones.

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Staff celebrated at Kidney Wales Inaugural Awards

Several outstanding health professionals and dialysis units from across Cardiff have been recognised at the inaugural Kidney Wales Awards, a ceremony celebrating the shining lights of organ donation and those who have contributed to the treatment of kidney disease across Wales.

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Medicine Clinical Board celebrates success

Staff from the Medicine Clinical Board were recently awarded in the annual recognition awards as part of their Celebration Event held in the Cochrane Building. There were four awards in total which were presented at the event by Richard Evans, Clinical Board Director.

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New partnership helps Our Orchard grow

The development of a community orchard in the grounds of University Hospital Llandough (UHL) has been boosted by a partnership with Wales Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) and Natural Resources Wales (NRW).

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Alzheimer’s Society activities

Upcoming activities that are available to those affected by dementia in Cardiff & the Vale. An activities sheet which outlines all groups and scheduled events currently available throughout Cardiff and the Vale is available

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Survey for carers in Wales aged 16 and over

It is important that carers have the breaks and support they need to remain fit and well and to be able to do more of the things that matter to them. Welsh Government has asked Carers Trust Wales to find out from carers what types of short breaks, respite or replacement care make the most difference to them.

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Alzheimer's Society Services Information

Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. We provide information and support to people with any form of dementia and their carers, through our publications, National dementia helpline, website, and through our local services. Within the South East Wales Locality, Alzheimer’s Society services include:

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Deaf/Blind Cymru support in the Vale of Glamorgan

Do you have trouble with your eyes or ears or both? If your sight or hearing has started to deteriorate or you recognise this in a loved one etc then don't be afraid to talk to someone about it. Deaf/Blind Cymru help people with any level of dual sensory loss with support tailored to individual needs, “you are not alone”.

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Seventy-year-old Suzie clocks up 54 years in the NHS

Could Suzie Curtin be our longest-serving member of staff? Medical secretary Suzie, who works in the gynaecology directorate office at the University of Wales in Cardiff, has an incredible 54 years’ service in the NHS. At 70, she is the same age as the NHS.

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Chapter Young Onset Dementia Support Group

A new support group has recently been established for those who have a parent with a diagnosis of young-onset dementia. This will provide an opportunity to meet other people in a similar situation, plus they will be able to share experiences and gain advice and support.

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NHS at 70 – The History of Organ Donation

Every year across the UK, thousands of people’s lives are saved or greatly improved by receiving donated organs. To give your organs is to give the gift of life. It could be your legacy: allowing someone to continue to live a full life after you have gone.

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Celebrating the NHS at 70 with art

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) is delighted to unveil an exciting exhibition of new and commissioned artworks in celebration of 70 years of the formation of the NHS at the Hearth Geallery at University Hospital Llandough.

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NHS70: marking 70 years of the National Health Service

On 5 July 1948, Health Minister Aneurin Bevan, walked into Park Hospital in Manchester to launch the National Health Service. The hospital, now called Trafford General Hospital, was a symbol of the ambitious plan to make healthcare available to everyone, which would be free at the point of use and paid for out of general taxation.

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