We recently caught up with activity co-ordinator Joy Corbett, who was happy to talk about the many events taking place at Coloma Court this month.
Read the inspirational story from our HMT Fitness Champion James Murphy – who is the race for the bling, t-shirt and steak!
Multiple sclerosis or MS as it is commonly referred to is the neurological condition which affects more than 100,000 people in the UK alone. It is one of the most common diseases which affects the bodies central nervous system and can cause a wide range of symptoms affecting vision, balance and fatigue.
Running isn’t just an exercise to Huw Bevan, it is a social activity that keeps his mind and body occupied.
Read Sandra Mitchell’s story about how she achieved her dream of completing the Swansea Half Marathon in 2015 – and why she is doing it again.
The decision to undergo a breast augmentation is one which shouldn’t be taken lightly and should be thoroughly researched. Once you have undergone breast augmentation surgery, there are a number of tips for a speedy recovery.
We are delighted to announce that this year Coloma Court have achieved the Beacon Status Award for the third time.
Cataracts are a very common eye condition and the most frequent cause of vision loss in people over the age of 40, they are furthermore the principal cause of blindness in the world. But what are cataracts and what can be done to prevent us from developing them?
We recently caught up with Dr. Jaynie Rance, one of our six HMT Fitness Champions, to learn more about her inspirational running journey.
HMT is pleased to announce that our Sancta Maria Hospital in Swansea will be taking part in the Travel to Work Study which will look at people’s views and experiences of their journey to work in order to improve them for the future.