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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (June 11, 2014)

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'Fantastic' surgery ends 18 months of toe pain. 231
'Sickness levels too high in my department'. 471
10 years after death of man beaten in pub attack, family tell of their on-going agony. 343
All Saints trio can hardly believe their rapid progress. 640
Analyst questions migrant effect on Ukip vote. 123
Answer my bus service questions; FEEDBACK. 269
Argentina test for Clev ahead of Bellew bout. 249
Back to the Front. 251
BBC Wales to locate new HQ at heart of Capital Square schme. 777
Belgium star Hazard in talks to extend his Chelsea stay. 119
Bosses will beam World Cup games to worker's desks. 321
Cardiff women are within sight of UK League promotion; ATHLETICS. 356
Carer who 'stripped to underpants' had 'isolated himself '. 315
Carter closer to making cricket return. 121
Choose your favourite Cardiff fan shirt today. 476
City's forgotten man Brayford poised for a second chance with relegated Bluebirds. 1014
Clear up front garden or face council fine of PS150. 544
Cole completes a free transfer to Villa. 309
Conference expel Hereford. 261
confidential closet. 319
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 219
Dame Vera remains a true music inspirational. 237
Defence guru urges Blues to attack new Europe tournament. 499
Do homework on vaccinations before you holiday. 590
Does pollen make your life a misery? Summer can cause all kinds of problems for those with hay fever. Dr Tariq Elshawany, a consultant immunologist at Spire Cardiff Hospital and the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, outlines some of the newest approaches to the management of symptoms. 757
DON AND DUSTED? McCoist targets Cowie to play part in Rangers'promotion bid. 480
Don't get caught out when the cold sets in. 445
Don't get complacent just because it's sunny. 504
Don't let a dire disease ruin your travel break; There are a number of ways to prevent ill health while on holiday, including tablets and vaccinations. Health correspondent Julia McWatt outlines what you may need before you go on your travels. 1678
dressed in the dark. 163
dressed to impress. 181
English defenders have to stamp their authority on Italy's danger man Mario. 562
EVENTS DIARY; WHAT'S ON IN YOUR COMMUNITY. Calendar 279
Exercise not only good for your body but for your mind, too; Summer is often a time where we improve our fitness, but exercise could also help our mental health. Here, the National Centre for Mental Health looks at the links between physical and mental health. 1294
Exercise overload can have you running to GP; As many of us use summer to embark on a new fitness regime, Dr Gareth Jones, visiting professor at the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education at the University of South Wales, looks at how we can keep our bodies in top condition. 1128
Extra special Father's Day for adoptive dads. 586
Fans 'paid penalty' for admiration; BRITAIN BRIEFLY. 107
Free wheeling school could be Pride of Britain. 468
Fun at the festival in Rhiwbina; TENNIS. 130
Gatland is 'delighted' as Wales dethrone Kings in South African tour opener. 251
Gerrard will be fit to face Italians in opener - Hodgson. 157
Glam and Taverners join forces. 257
Health tips to help you avoid the holiday from hell; Holidays are a time for everyone to relax and take a break from day-to-day life, but a bout of sickness can quickly ruin your time away. Abigail O'Leary outlines what to look out for and where to seek treatment. 1347
Help elderly to keep their cool and stay healthy during a heatwave; Older people are particularly vulnerable to the heat. Health correspondent Julia McWatt looks at ways to stay safe. 1215
Heroin dealer is jailed after Barry raid. 165
Hot Buns bid to cement top spot at the Catholics; BASEBALL. 725
How to cut your risk of getting skin cancer; People need to be aware of any issues with moles or their skin at any time of year, but especially in the summer. Dr Mabs Chowdhury, leading consultant dermatologist at Spire Cardiff Hospital and the University Hospital of Wales, outlines what you need to know. 1031
How to reduce chances of an asthma attack; Asthma sufferers may find the heat makes their symptoms worse. Health correspondent Julia McWatt looks at how to avoid an attack. 653
It's job done as five-try Wales tick the tour boxes for Gatland ahead of Springboks clash. 1196
Jehovah Witness 'used position to abuse women'. 490
Jobs agency scoops award; BRIEFLY. 116
Kloe is golden girl for Vale in the Welsh Karate League; KARATE. 437
Lack of sun could have serious effect on our health; Warnings have been issued in recent years about the effects of vitamin D deficiency. Health correspondent Julia McWatt looks at the problems with a lack of the 'sunshine' vitamin. 1709
Library closure plan shelved by council. 298
Lili's bowling proves the highlight as girls grab a convincing win; WALES CRICKET. 401
Lots of candles as Anna Mae marks her 106th. 484
MAKE LIFE MORE COMFORTABLE BY UNLOCKING MONEY. 307
Man, 21, due in court on bus driver spit assault charge. 114
Marie Curie tea party says thank you to volunteers. 211
Meeting with disabled girl changed my life forever; For more than three decades, judo coach Roy Court has been an inspiration to those he has trained, but the special needs and disability pioneer still has grand plans - despite having recently retired, as he tells Dave Owens. 975
O'Sullivan has a dace up his sleeve; ANGLING. 331
On Primarks, get set, go.. shopping! 508
On your marks, get set - it's how to get fitter; Want to get fit this summer but not sure where to start? Richard Clarke, health coach and nutritionist, provides tips for beginners. 1414
Only half of us get immunisation before going abroad. 534
Penarth make spirited bid to storm the Welsh Castles; ATHLETICS. 726
Pengam Green hot to trot as all-rounder Asif shines; CARDIFF MIDWEEK. 589
PM backs 'British values' in school. 254
Poetic take on the fracking issue; FEEDBACK. 239
Pontcanna prepares for Unity Cup showdown. 326
Praise for hospitals' excellent service; FEEDBACK. 114
PREVIEW; Heritage Blues Orchestra The Moon Club, Cardiff. 275
Principality putting their shirt on Sam's new design; RUGBY UNION. 238
PS6.5 million leisure centre scheme set for go-ahead. 433
Rapist beat his girlfriend with claw hammer. 480
Rees turns the tables on Keough; KARTING. 305
Referral scheme is getting thousands active again. 425
Residents could take over facility. 154
Resting places are left so overgrown; FEEDBACK. 185
Ring mail prompts wedding in Munich; NEWS Weddings. 313
RYA scheme in Penarth makes waves; YACHTING. 277
Sheffield Wednesday under new Azerbaijani ownership. 149
Shoes back on soon after her op. 424
South Wales Scorpions planning to celebrate century of matches in style; RUGBY LEAGUE. 211
Specialist equipment used in rescue of reservoir dog. 124
SPORTING CLINCHES INSULT OUR HEROES. 570
Struggling Aberdare break duck; SWCA CRICKET. 265
Student snaps up orders for digital camera. 500
Students may be due licence refund; FEEDBACK. 214
Surgeons stay on their toes to help you get fabulous feet; Summer usually means sandals and flip flops, but how can we get our feet in shape? Nuffield Health's Cardiff and Vale hospitals provide some tips on ways to make sure our feet are in top condition. 816
Take extra care in the sunshine; There'll be many of us hoping for a heatwave this summer, but sometimes prolonged hot weather can be a risk to our health. Health correspondent Julia McWatt looks at ways to enjoy the high temperatures safely. 1365
Tennis looks to court success in taster try-outs weekend. 272
Time to debate 'nuisance' junk mail; FEEDBACK. 219
Training award for chippy chain; BRIEFLY. 117
Wales and Lions legend Price gets padded up thanks to St Fagans club; ST FAGANS CC. 282
Wales boss hails his young guns. 202
Wales misses targets for greenhouse gas emissions. 118
Warriors battle to victory over the Mavericks; GRIDIRON. 289
WE LOVE DOCUMENTARY. 146
WE LOVE DRAMA. 110
WE LOVE REALITY. 110
WE LOVE SOAPS. 166
WE SAY. 164
WEBCHAT. 227
Welsh pair prepare Europe conquest. 202
Why salad days are so good for us; As the days get warmer and the evenings get lighter, it is time to swap the soups for salads and replace the roasts with raw veg. Liz Day looks at the best ways to get in shape this summer. 1706
YESTERDAY'S RETURNS. 1492

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