The boy’s father Tom Evans thanked supporters and said he wants to form a relationship with Alder Hey hospital.Read the full story ›
The parents of three children with a rare and terminal illness are to meet with health bosses who say treating them is too expensive.Read the full story ›
A judge has said doctors at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital could stop providing life-support treatment to the 23-month-old.Read the full story ›
NHS dentists on the Isle of Man are at full capacity according to the Department of Health and Social Care.
Those currently waiting to be registered with clinics will have to wait until more spaces are available, which could take years.
Local government are looking for alternatives, including an expansion at Hillside Clinic on the old Nobles Hospital site.
Lawyers for the parents of Alfie Evans are back in court in their battle for continued treatment for their son.Read the full story ›
A mother from Rochdale who was born with HIV wants more women to get tested.
The virus levels are so low in Paida Mutopo that she isn't at risk of passing it on. Her son has been tested and has no signs of the disease.
She hopes that by speaking out she can show women that there is no stigma.
A quarter of people living with HIV in the North West are women but according to one charity campaigns are too focused on gay men.
Research by the Terrence Trust reveals almost half of women with HIV were diagnosed late.
Debbie Laycock, Head of Policy and Involvement at the Terrence Higgins Trust said: "Despite experiences of violence, poverty and mental health issues, our research found a real shared strength and resilience among women living with HIV."
Many women continue to prosper, often using their experiences to support and educate others in their community, while living healthy, happy lives.
However, there are still too many women living with HIV who are being left behind. The issues they face should be invisible no longer. Women living with HIV must be heard, counted for and no longer left behind in progress made around HIV.
A doctor from Singapore who is about to become qualified as a GP in the UK is facing deportation.Read the full story ›
Charles Mukerjee has epilepsy and severe learning difficulties but his family faces deportation to Pakistan after asylum bid was rejected.Read the full story ›
The young parents of a toddler with a rare form of cancer are having to fund raise to pay for specialist treatment.
Two year old Bodie McNulty from Milnrow, Rochdale has a brain stem tumour.
The growth is just a few millimetres too large to receive NHS funding for Proton Beam Therapy - which is very frustrating for Bodie's parents.
Here's Bodie's dad, Kevin McNulty.
You can learn more about the family's fundraising effort by clicking here.
There are demands for more mental health support for our region's most isolated workers.
On average an agricultural worker takes their own life every week in the UK. Low pay, social isolation and the pressures of modern farming are being blamed.
We hear from mother Monica Haworth whose son took his own life. She now volunteers for a counselling service.
This report from Ashley Derricott.
Contact the Cheshire Agricultural Chaplaincy for support