Cases of influenza (flu) in Wales continue to fall this week, but remain at higher levels than seen during the last six flu seasons.
Cases of influenza (flu) in Wales have fallen this week from their peak last week, but remain at high levels.
Patients in Rhondda may be offered gardening on prescription to help to improve their wellbeing.
Rachel Bennett, a GP at Forest View practice in Treorchy, came up with the idea of Grow Rhondda, a therapeutic gardening group.
Confirmed cases of influenza (flu) in Wales have increased again this week, and remain at high levels. There have been further outbreaks of flu in hospitals and care homes. Flu cases are at the highest levels seen since 2010/11.
Influenza can be serious. Influenza is now circulating in the community, and it can be serious for some people, especially for pregnant women, those aged 65 and over, children, and people with long-term health conditions.