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More than 8,000 school pupils in Yorkshire and the Humber have learned life saving first aid thanks to a Government grant.Read the full story ›
Psychologists are warning that exam pressure is affecting children's health after new figures revealed twenty percent of youngsters in Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire lose sleep from worrying during their SATs.
The research also found that one in six children become so nervous they cannot eat.
The 2013 and 2015 Tour de France winner Chris Froome has wished Gary Verity and the rest of the Tour de Yorkshire team good luck.
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It is Parkinson's Awareness Week and those living with the condition are urged not to hide it - but to seek the support that is out there for them.
Former firefighter Leanne Owen is doing her bit to highlight the disease - she is on day two of an epic cycle challenge across the region. Leanne, a mother-of-two, was diagnosed at the age of 42.
But according to a new survey by Parkinson's UK, around 40 per cent of people with the disease in the Yorkshire and Humber region have felt the need to hide their symptoms or lie about having the condition.
The research has revealed an alarming level of fear around sharing a diagnosis of Parkinson's, and the charity says this is cutting people off from the vital support available at a time when many report struggling emotionally to come to terms with their condition.
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A former firefighter from West Yorkshire has set off on a charity cycle challenge to raise awareness of Parkinson's disease.
Leanne Owen, a mother-of-two, was herself diagnosed with the condition five years ago at the age of just 42. She's determined not to be beaten by the condition. Hannah Miller went to see her off on the first leg of her journey.
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