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New community model “could considerably reduce patient waiting times,” says Hywel Dda GP

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A Tumble GP has welcomed plans by Hywel Dda University Health Board to develop 10 new community hubs to support proposed changes to healthcare services in west Wales.
With less than two weeks to go before Hywel Dda’s Big NHS Change consultation closes, Dr

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Top tips to barbecue safely in Carmarthenshire

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire’s beautiful countryside and coast makes the ideal backdrop for a summer barbecue, but the county council is urging people to ensure they are kept under control and disposed of safely to prevent fires taking hold.
With the grass dry following a period intense

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Keep cool during hot weather – health board advice

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Hywel Dda University Health Board is reminding people take care in the sun as forecasters predict very hot weather for the next few days.
Hot weather can cause heat exhaustion or heat stroke, which is more serious, as well as the risk of sunburn.
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Wales forward Bradley Davies committed to Ospreys

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Bradley Davies has shrugged off weekend reports linking him to the Cardiff Blues, reaffirming his commitment to the Ospreys ahead of the new season.
Currently enjoying his belated break after Wales’s games against South Africa and Argentina last month, the second row will report back

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Scarlets Academy welcomes new recruits

Posted By Robert Lloyd

(Pictured: [l-r] Kevin George, Scarlets Academy Manager, Luke Davies, Carwyn Tuipulotu, Callum Williams, Jon Daniels, Scarlets General Manager)
With preparations for the new season underway Scarlets Academy has welcome a new wave of talented youngsters looking to forge a successful path in to the

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Aberystwyth scientists tackle one of the world’s deadliest diseases

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Advances by researchers at Aberystwyth University in the understanding of one of the world’s deadliest diseases have the potential to bring relief to thousands of sufferers around the world.
Schistosomiasis, also known as bilharzia, affects more than 200 million people world-wide, and causes

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