Study of 200,000 people has found that genetic variants linked to Alzheimer’s disease & heavy smoking are less frequent in people with long lifespans.
The consumption of red meat is associated with a modest increased risk of bowel cancer, it is recommended that you eat a healthy balanced diet.
Miss Tahrina Salam, Consultant Ophthalmologist, discusses what happens to our eyelids as we age and measures we can take to improve our eyelid health.
What is the evidence around how long to take antibiotics for, and why are there concerns about overuse of antibiotics?
This year we are proud to be supporting The Big Seaside Family Fun Day, raising funds for Rowcroft Hospice.
Minimally invasive spine surgery continues to grow. Most spinal conditions today can be treated with some aspect of minimally invasive surgery.
There are so many health apps available, but do they really help to improve your health?
A painful, soft tissue injury, such as a strain or tear, that occurs in your groin or lower abdomen area is generally known as a sports hernia.
If you’ve been contemplating cosmetic surgery, now is the time to take the plunge and find out more about the options available and what’s involved.
Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Mr Peter Saxby, has worked at Mount Stuart Hospital for the past 25 years but will be retiring this month.
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