Young music producer Will Acres, from Hampshire, died from the disease which was initially confused with asthma.Read the full story ›
In the UK we eat nearly four times as much processed food as we do fresh. But do we really know what we are eating? Fiona Foster reports.Read the full story ›
Many British women of child-bearing age are living unhealthy lifestyles that make them woefully unprepared for pregnancy.Read the full story ›
A new social media campaign has been launched to educate young people and their parents about meningitis.Read the full story ›
A 72-year-old diabetic who had a heart attack has described his traumatic ordeal following a bizarre transfer between two hospitals.Read the full story ›
Public health officials are warning parents to ensure children are fully protected against measles.Read the full story ›
Breast surgeons are piloting the use of a new device to help remove breast cancers that are too small to feel.Read the full story ›
Parents are being warned to look out for the early signs of scarlet fever in their children.Read the full story ›
It's something most of us take for granted - a day out with the family. But for children receiving hospice care, it's all too rare.
A lack of facilities at museums and theatres, let alone ill-health, often means the severely disabled are stuck at home. But a project supporting children with life-limiting conditions, and their families, has begun in Sussex today.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to mothers Chrissie Buckingham and Apolina D Silva, as well as Kate Giles from the Jerwood Gallery and Susan Freeman of Chestnut Tree House.
It's something most of us take for granted - a day out with the family. But, for children receiving hospice care, it's all too rare.Read the full story ›