Plans to remove psychiatrists in Cumbria are being opposed in the House of Commons today.Read the full story ›
The campaign is supported by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Cumbria Constabulary.Read the full story ›
The number of operations cancelled by NHS Borders dropped in August but remained above the Scottish National average.Read the full story ›
Stoptober has helped to lower smoking rates to 15.6% in Cumbria, down from 20% in 2012.Read the full story ›
A new report outlines a series of weaknesses in the health and social care systems for older people in the Borders.Read the full story ›
An independent report has found national standards for patient care when it comes to nutrition at Borders General Hospital are not being metRead the full story ›
Greg and Jill Johnston set up Team Evie in memory of their daughter who died following a number of health problems.Read the full story ›
A church service set up especially for people with dementia is celebrating its first birthday.
The Kendal Tea Service takes place at the town's Parish Church and lasts 20 minutes. The group sing hymns, listen to readings - including poems about dementia - and say prayers.
Churches Together in Cumbria is now aiming to make every church in the county dementia friendly by 2020.
Police and local businesses in D&G have teamed up to create 'Keep Safe' places for disabled, vulnerable, and elderly people in the area.Read the full story ›
Cumbria's NHS Trusts are joining forces to vaccinate more staff than ever against flu in preparation for winter.Read the full story ›