Leicester City chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, has donated £2m to help develop a new Children's Hospital for the East Midlands.Read the full story ›
University of Birmingham researchers have found the "weekend effect" on mortality rates for patients was a "major oversimplification".Read the full story ›
Plans to have a single emergency department for Telford and Shrewsbury have hit a stumbling block after a vote by health bosses.Read the full story ›
Kerrie Jackson carried out a number of illegal procedures at her salon.Read the full story ›
Inspectors have questioned the safety of an ambulance trust after telling bosses it required improvement.Read the full story ›
Marti Powell suffered a severe brain injury 15 years ago - but he has already set a handful of world records.
The 35-year-old, from Chesterfield, was involved in a road accident, which left him unable or speak or move. He holds the record for the fastest five metres and the furthest distance travelled by a rubber band car.
And now, he's the proud holder of the title 'fastest man over one hundred metres...in high heels'.
His achievement comes at the start of Brain Injury Awareness Week.
He says he picked the unusual targets because he likes to be be different:
'He said: "Everybody wants to be different, wants to be remembered. If you are the same as everyone else, you would just be the same. If you do something different - you'll be remembered."
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Hospitals in Leicester say they are "feeling the effect" of yesterday's Leicester City match with Everton, with many people using the Accident and Emergency departments.
The University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, which runs the Royal Infirmary, General and Glenfield Hospitals, tweeted to urge people not to use the A&E unless it's vital.
Thousands were celebrating in the city last night as the Foxes lifted the Premier League Trophy after beating Everton 3-1.
Former Leicester City and England striker Frank Worthington is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, according to his daughter.Read the full story ›
It says that if there had been data available, there would have had advance warning of the pressures GP surgeries find themselves under.Read the full story ›
Senior medical staff have urged junior doctors and the Government to break the deadlock over the medics' long-running contract dispute.Read the full story ›