As Birmingham is revealed as one of the most stressful cities in the UK, here are the top 10 things which stress us out.Read the full story ›
A major disaster doctor was deployed by the ambulance service to help at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, who couldn't accept patientsRead the full story ›
Staff at a midwifery and scanning clinic got involved in a plot to surprise a pregnant mum-to-be with a marriage proposal.
The baby's father asked staff to write the question on the screen as they showed a picture of the baby, and he whipped out a ring. Thankfully, she said 'yes'.
It was captured on camera by staff at the clinic which has branches in both Leamington Spa and Hinckley. It has had nearly 40,000 views.
Video credit: Donna Grant, Tummy 2 Mummy Midwifery Services
Staffordshire County Council is hoping to agree on a new deal to improve integrated health and social care for residents.Read the full story ›
Worcestershire's brand new Oncology Centre will be officially opened by Princess Anne today.
The £25 million centre means 95% of radiotherapy will be delivered within the county - a huge improvement for patients that used to have to travel miles for treatment.
The princess will also visit the hospital's new Meadow Birth Centre.
We are honoured that HRH The Princess Royal has chosen to visit the Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
The new Oncology Centre is a major development for patients in Worcestershire whilst the birth centre will give mums-to-be the choice of having their baby in a unit run by midwives.
Pam Malhi from Leicester explains why she feels there should be more awareness and acceptance for people with autism and their families.Read the full story ›
From today it is illegal to take legal highs in Lincoln. Councillors say it will reduce antisocial behaviour but some say it will not work.Read the full story ›
The Midlands is the worst region for feeding their healthy food according to a survey out today.Read the full story ›
Rehana Azam, Organiser for the People's March for the NHS told ITV News Central that the protestors 'feel it's our civic duty to save the NHS for future generations'.