‘Fair work’ is a critical building block for good health and well-being, and a healthy engaged workforce contributes to business productivity and societal prosperity, concludes a report and guide published by Public Health Wales.
Public Health Wales is reminding people who visit farm attractions of the importance of washing their hands after contact with animals.
Public Health Wales is working with the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) as well as Public Health Scotland (PHS) and Public Health Agency (Northern Ireland) to investigate cases of acute hepatitis in children.
Public Health Wales is working with the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), Public Health Scotland, and Public Health Agency Northern Ireland to respond to UK cases of Monkey Pox.
The study, published in the British Journal of Cancer this month, found that over a thousand fewer new cases of three common cancers were diagnosed in Wales in 2020 compared to 2019, equivalent to a reduction of 15 percent.
Public Health Wales is changing the way we report Covid-19 data as we move out of the pandemic.
The number of 4-5 years old children with obesity has increased in two different health board areas since 2018-19, according to the Child Measurement Programme.
Mark Bellis, Director of Policy and International Health, WHO Collaborating Centre on Investment for Health & Wellbeing at Public Health Wales, explains why studying wider population health is always essential to minimising health inequalities and improving people’s health and wellbeing, and even more so when faced with a global pandemic.
Two new reports from Public Health Wales has looked at the impact of nosocomial (hospital-acquired) transmission of Coronavirus during the pandemic.