Woman who lost her leg to cancer, and a mum who posted pictures of her surgery scars, will put on a saucy show to raise money for cancer.Read the full story ›
An visually impaired schoolgirl has apologised for not meeting her £3,000 target after walking from London to Manchester.Read the full story ›
It's National Smile Month - but new figures on childhood tooth decay in the North West are certainly not much to smile about.
More than six thousand youngsters a year in our region have to have teeth removed. Yet across the rest of the country there's been a drop in tooth decay.
Ashley Derricott looks at efforts to give our children smiles to be proud of.
A baby boy who defeated life-threatening meningitis not once but twice has been hailed ‘a miracle’.Read the full story ›
It’s estimated that one in ten young people will experience a mental health issue such as anxiety or depression.Read the full story ›
Thousands of children across the North West are receiving special dental hygiene lessons after a report found a third of five year olds suffer from tooth decay.
In some parts of the region that figure is as high as 50%.
Its thought high levels of sugar in children's diets are to blame.
Dr Ben Atkins, from the Oral Health Foundation says information is available for parents who need it.
From Thursday, "legal highs" are to be legal no more, with the Psychoactive Substances Act coming into force. But what does it all mean?Read the full story ›
The NHS is offering new hope for people who suffer from a condition which is the biggest cause of sight loss.
It's called Age-related macular degeneration - known as AMD - can leave sufferers with a blind spot and blurred vision.
It can start when people are in their forties. And the revolutionary treatment effectively involves fitting a mini telescope into the eye.
It's being offered for free at the Uk's second largest eye hospital in Manchester.
Sarah Rogers has been there to find out more.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class B drugs in connection with nine legal high incidentsRead the full story ›
Experts say that using e-cigs or “vaping” can cause the same debilitating conditions as smoking normal cigarettes.Read the full story ›