Hospital services in Huddersfield would be reduced to 64 beds, while almost 500 jobs will be lost over a ten-year period.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister, Theresa May has ordered an inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal in which more than 2000 people lost their lives.Read the full story ›
The number of people on the Organ Donor Register has increased by 25 per cent in the past five yearsRead the full story ›
A cancer charity has teamed up with a sporting venue for the first time to protect spectators from the dangers of the sun.
Yorkshire Cancer Research has been at Beverley races this weekend - to hand out suncream to racegoers. It's after a dramatic increase in cases of skin cancer in our region. Michael Billington reports.
The parents of a teenage footballer who died on the pitch in East Yorkshire have joined around 1,000 other families walking through London to raise awareness of undiagnosed heart conditions.
Josh Fell was just 15 when he collapsed while playing with friends in Hornsea six years ago. Today his parents joined Hollywood actor Vincent Regan on the walk around 12 London landmarks - one for each person killed every week by a hidden heart problem.
Since its launch 10 years ago, the Asda Foundation Leeds 10K has raised over £4 million for good causes.Read the full story ›
Sheffield Children's Hospital has launched a campaign to raise money for vital equipment to detect early signs of Rickets.Read the full story ›
There are now almost two million fewer smokers since the smoking ban was introduced in England 10 years ago, Cancer Research UK said.Read the full story ›
- Video report by Helen Steel
A mum from Hull says her son would be proud of a charity she set up to raise awareness about asthma, two years after he died from an asthma attack.
Cameron Good was 10 when he died while playing football at school. Soon after, Breathe for Cameron was set up by Stacy Suddaby, with the aim to deliver inhalers and vital medical equipment to as many schools as possible.
Since the campaign, the number of hospital admissions of school pupils with the condition has halved - and the local NHS says the charity has played no small part.
Figures show nurses in Yorkshire and the Humber have lost an estimated £91 million in earnings since 2010.Read the full story ›