Research by Cardiff Metropolitan University’s ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre has found that that despite increased awareness of the importance of handwashing, people are still not using adequate techniques. Worryingly, hand washing techniques are also said to be poor amongst those receiving cancer care, as well as their caregivers.
Sharon Owen, Charity Director of Welsh Hearts, will walk the course of this years Cardiff Half Marathon with the family of Ben McDonald who died after running the half marathon last year.
Simply Gym, located within The Red Dragon Centre in Cardiff Bay, is marking one year since opening with a free open event on National Fitness Day (25 SEPT).
Talbot Green-based company, Hospital Innovations, is celebrating signing a major deal to become the sole UK distributor of Indiana-based BioPoly’s innovative resurfacing products.
With running season approaching and hundreds of thousands of people in Wales preparing to take part in 10k’s or half marathons, the leading Welsh Hearts charity is calling on novice athletes to have a simple cardiac screening. Backing Welsh Hearts’ campaign is current Miss Wales finalist and keen cheerleader, Ella Turner, who has herself recently undergone a cardiac abnormality test screening.
As evidence linking traditional cleaning products to both environmental and health hazards continues to grow, Genesis Biosciences is calling on the hotel and restaurant industry to rethink the way it cleans its facilities to avoid potentially exposing customers and employees to harsh chemicals.
To coincide with World Mental Health Day (Wednesday, October 10th.), Cardiff Met is encouraging students to access support from the University’s dedicated Student Services team through a new campaign entitled ‘Just Tell Us’.
It’s a topic increasingly seen in the media; prominent public figures such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex are campaigning to break down the stigma surrounding mental health with their charity, Heads Together, whilst ITV and mental health charity CALM’s campaign recently hit the headlines with 84 statues unveiled on the roof of the ITV studios to raise public awareness of male suicide.