Printer Friendly

Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (December 10, 2014)

1-99 out of 99 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Cutting medicine waste could save the NHS millions' National Pharmacy Association board member Raj Aggarwal says pharmacists can help the NHS reduce the PS50m lost each year on wasted medicines - if only they asked. 1777
'I got to say thank you to the man whose stem-cell donation saved my life'. 490
'I realised the room was full of people like me and my illness had a name' More than two million British people suffer with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). It is a form of depression which can lead to a low mood and a lack of interest in life. Anneta Konstantinides has spoken to one woman who has 'seen the light'. 1119
'I remember waking up and not being able to move' Health correspondent Mark Smith talks to former nurse Vanessa Morley about her miraculous recovery from a series of severe strokes after doctors feared she'd never walk or talk again. 840
'I thought, naively, that everybody in prison would be a massive threat to me'. 1069
'My hands were in make-up for hours'. 506
'Vale should not merge with any other council'. 200
'Very dangerous' child rapist back on the streets. Editorial 357
5 most common winter conditions; As the temperature drops, echoes of coughs and sneezes can be heard around playgrounds up and down the country as winter-borne illnesses begin to rear their head. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health's Officer for Wales, Dr Mair Parry, explores some of most common winter conditions, what to look out for and how to avoid catching them. 703
Act against the stresses and strains of Christmas; From financial burdens to the pressure to host the perfect party, the festive period can be an extremely stressful one for all of us, but even more so for those with existing mental health conditions. 1055
Act FAST and dial 999 if you suspect a stroke. 561
All we want for Xmas is... peace and goodwill, some big crowds and Gatland to hire a window cleaner. 811
Another Asbo banning man from hospitals. 338
Boxing history packing a punch. 230
Britain braced for 'weather bomb' [...]; BRITAIN BRIEFLY. 173
Carroll at the double in Rumney derby. 243
Challenges of Christmas' biggest night of drinking. 548
CIA faces accusations over 'brutal' methods; WORLD BRIEFLY. 167
closet confidential; Cozette McCreery runs the hip fashion label SIBLING with Sid Bryan and Joe Bates. Here she talks about her tomboy style and why she is not afraid of the odd fashion faux pas. 386
Cold weather, stress and dusty decorations spell disaster for asthmatics. 558
Customers get names up in lights - and a free drink. 104
Cuts on cards for school transport. 381
Dangerous driver must wait in custody. 257
Death leaves gap in lives of family. 257
Deaths. 661
Desperate burglar raided his old home. 289
DIKGACOI: I'M ON WAY BACK. 375
DNA results left woman inconsolable. 348
Don't let the darker days trip you up. 400
Don't use Christmas as an excuse to binge - family, not food, is what counts; One of the most enjoyable aspects of Christmas Day is tucking into a scrumptious roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Specialist dietitian Sioned Querke, of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, explains how we can enjoy a traditional meal without piling on the pounds. 1181
dressed in the dark. 164
dressed to impress. 186
East Cardiff needs railway stations. 187
east of suez is now a different place. 686
Ely Valley building a strong relationship with local company. 414
Extra demands put on a stretched service. 629
Five years on... and Seren's still waiting for new owner to love her. Editorial 334
Food outlets help Harvest new jobs at shopping park. 225
Free tickets? Pay for music, members told. 379
Get into the spirit of Christmas without hitting the booze; No one wants to be a Scrooge, but overdoing it by drinking too much can take the shine off celebrations. 1816
Health campaigners lose legal action bid. 438
Helen's set to ref top Welsh stars. 173
How to enjoy a happy and healthy Christmas. 416
How vaccines save lives and protect the vulnerable; Parents are being urged to make sure their children stay flu-free, especially with Christmas weeks away. Here ABPI looks at the benefits of various vaccinations. 701
I went along with Cardiff rebrand, but was it worth it? Now the euphoria of promotion and the inevitable excitement of mixing it with the Premier League top dogs has gone, there is a strange eeriness, even apathy, around Cardiff City Stadium these days. STEVE TUCKER thinks he knows why... 997
Iconic red truck helps get festivities fizzing in city. 498
Improve the health of your child with an active present; Wales has more obese children than any other part of the UK. Long-term problems with obesity can lead to health conditions such as asthma, cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Here, Pip Ford from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) explains the positive health implications of active toys. 670
It's easy to find yourself isolated when you have a mental illness. 813
It's not just a one-off payment. 146
It's win, win for Wales as Lydiate signs Ospreys deal. 146
Joy aiming high to get the best; It is a South Wales school which will come under the national spotlight when Channel 4 broadcasts Educating Cardiff, the latest setting of its hit series. Education Editor Gareth Evans profiles Willows High School head Joy Ballard. 423
Judges reject getaway driver's plea over sentence. 209
Just one leg and ready to go to war for his country; IN WWI many of the servicemen who had lost a limb from the effects of war were discharged from the Army on medical grounds but Christine Fawell's grandfather managed to get conscripted despite only having one leg. Jessica Flynn reports. 1117
Karen returns to the slopes after surgery. 633
Keep your boiler in good working order this winter. 488
Let's admire Ben for his ability... and his honesty; Fan's Eye View OF THE BLUEBIRDS. 733
Loneliness is as bad for health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. 1230
Main contenders still in Chepstow contention after scratch stage. 172
Man attacked neighbour over 'scum bag' comments. Editorial 276
Man held in police threats investigation. 355
Martyrs pay price for missed chances in home setback. 212
Mathern off the bottom with victory over Accies. 194
Mum's loan plea after debt led to son's death. 520
Mystery as man's body is found on common. 607
New figures reveal worryingly high number of excess winter deaths in Wales. 429
New Help Point to provide support to those who need it. 773
New strategies in place to improve patient flow. 1562
Passengers warned trains will finish early for Christmas. 240
Plaid Cymru would sort it all out. 213
Pre-ski exercising can save you from a serious joint injury. 650
Protect your skin from the sun, even in winter; Dr Harryono Judodihardjo, medical director of the Cellite Clinic in Cardiff, tells us why sunscreen and shades are just as important at this time of year. 790
Protesters joining together in hope of frack-free new year. 349
Ramsey revels in Gunners' win, but Reds sent crashing. 493
Remembering 2006 comments. 183
Researchers find insulin link to cancer. 219
REVIEW. 330
Sam shows what it's like to ride the Welsh National. 245
Scarlets eyeing up return for Williams. 406
Seven up as United take lead in Prem Division. 310
Shoes, royals, Bette - it's variety for Rod. 429
Shop locally all year round. 181
Show your support for older people in need this Christmas. 269
Students help quash murder conviction. 629
Tesco customers donate 39,000 meals to people in food poverty. 212
The tragic farce of a family at war; PICK OF THE DAY AMERICA'S FUGITIVE FAMILY (10pm Channel 4). 287
Tigers made to work hard, but finally get claws into Gabalfa. 285
Tour fans have bicycling motif for special day. 426
TV CHOICE. 329
University reopens refurbished family therapy centre. 167
Want to help run a council service? Step right up, says leader Phil. 842
Warburton ready for return... if he's picked. 315
WE LOVE ADVENTURE. 225
WE LOVE REALITY THE APPRENTICE [...]. 180
WE LOVE SOAPS. 181
WE SAY. 175
WEBCHAT. 222
WHAT'S ON IN YOUR COMMUNITY; EVENTS DIARY. Calendar 265
Wrinkly-faced pets invited to city's Christmas PugFest. 140
Youngsters need to drop the dummies to prevent health and speech issues. 479

Terms of use | Copyright © 2017 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters