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Latest St Joseph's News

A-Z of Health: E for Eyes

18th June 2019

Most of us will experience a problem with our eyes at some point in our lives. Mr Michael Andrew Roberts, Consultant Ophthalmologist with St Joseph's Hospital, talks about some of the most common problems, how to spot them and how they're treated

Tackling the rapid rise in stress in the workplace

15th July 2018

Your job can provide a great sense of fulfilment and satisfaction, but if things get too intense it can seriously affect your mental wellbeing. Here, a leading doctor at St Joseph’s Hospital in Newport explains why a good work-life balance is so important

Flaunt your legs with confidence this summer

1st July 2018

Mr David Lewis, consultantvascular surgeon at St Joseph’s Hospital Everyone hopes that summer will be a scorcher. It’s a chance to catch some sun and get your legs out

Holistic Approach to The Menopause

1st June 2018

Dr Isabel Echeveste, private GP at St Joseph’s Hospital advises on health during the menopause. The menopause is a natural development that all women experience as they get older

Expert advice on managing irritable bowel syndrome

1st April 2018

Professor Nadim Haboubi, Consultant Gastroenterologist at St Joseph’s Hospital Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is thought to affect at least 20 per cent of the UK population, leaving many struggling with symptoms including stomach cramps, bloating and sometimes other non-intestinal symptoms such as fatigue, nausea and anxiety

St Joseph’s leads the way with pioneering cardiac diagnostic testing through HeartFlow

14th March 2018

According to research by the British Heart Foundation, an estimated 121,000 people in Wales are living with coronary heart disease. The disease, which is caused by narrowing of the arteries, is the country’s single biggest killer, claiming the lives of more than one in seven men and almost one in 10 women