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Refugees and Asylum-seekers are among the most vulnerable members of society having poorer mental health than the general population.

A review of international evidence and country experiences has found that asylum-seekers, refugees, and other displaced peoples have poorer mental health outcomes than those of the general population.

Water Safety Wales join forces with bereaved mum to highlight dangers after new report shows drowning risk to young people in Wales

Water Safety Wales has teamed up with a Pembrokeshire mum on World Drowning Prevention Day to help prevent other families from enduring the tragedy she has suffered after losing her son.

What action is needed to make homes in Wales better for our health and well-being?

Public Health Wales researchers are publishing a series of briefings to examine what needs to be done to create healthier housing in Wales.

Health Impact Assessment highlights urgent need to protect health and wellbeing as the climate changes

Public Health Wales has published a Health Impact Assessment on the health and wellbeing impacts of climate change across Wales.

Warning about the health risk of counterfeit drugs

Health experts in Wales are concerned about the number of substances being bought from so-called “online pharmacies” in the belief that they are legitimate pharmaceutical products. 

Diagnosis of STIs increases in Wales following wider access to testing

Public Health Wales’ latest annual report into sexual health has shown greater access and take up of STI testing.

New report identifies potential impacts of CPTPP trade agreement on health, well-being and equality in Wales

New analysis by Public Health Wales finds that the terms that allow the UK to join a large Indo-Pacific trading bloc could make it more difficult for Wales to take strong public health action in the future to protect health and well-being.  

NHS at 75 – Public Health Wales new video showcases key milestones

As part of the celebrations for the 75th anniversary of the NHS, Public Health Wales has released an exciting new video; this highlights key milestones in the organisation’s development, from the time it was set up in its current form in 2009 - one of the now 12 public bodies that make up NHS Wales.

Optimising the impact of your efforts – two new tools to deploy behavioural science

Public Health Wales’ Behavioural Science Unit is pleased to announce the launch of two new PDF-based behavioural science tools to help practitioners and policy makers better understand and influence human behaviour.

Investigations ongoing following a confirmed case of TB at The John Frost School, Newport.

Public Health Wales, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Newport City Council are investigating a single case of tuberculosis (TB) in an individual associated with The John Frost School in Newport.