How safe is the air we breathe on planes? Many of us will be heading abroad on flights this summer - and ITV's Tonight team have been investigating whether enough is done to monitor toxin levels in cabins. Fred talked to ITV's Joel Hills who's been working on the investigation for the Tonight programme.
Schools must do more to support young people living with Type 1 Diabetes. That's according to the charity Diabetes UK. The illness can have devastating effects if it's not effectively managed. Now, a helpline is being launched to ensure that children receive the correct care while at school. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Schools must do more to support young people living with Type 1 Diabetes, according to a survey carried out by the charity Diabetes UK.
The illness is incurable and can have devastating effects if it's not effectively managed.
Now, to mark Diabetes Week, a helpline is being launched to advise parents how to make sure their children get the care they need while they're at school.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Archie Norris, who has the disease, his father Simon, and Libby Dowling of Diabetes UK.
A new hospital has opened it's doors for the first time in Dover this morning.
Buckland Hospital has a minor injury unit and offers a range of outpatient services.
It's run by East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust which is currently in special measures.
Blood stocks in the South East have fallen, leading to a new campaign to encourage more donors to come forward.
Figures released by the NHS Blood and Transplant service show that fewer people are regularly coming forward to donate blood. As Caron Bell reports, it's the younger generation who hold the answer.
Buckinghamshire Tory MP Cheryl Gillan asked the Leader of the House Chris Grayling for the latest on the campaign to help boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Young boys with the muscle wasting condition Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy went to Downing street today to deliver letters to David Cameron.
They are pleading to the Prime Minister to speed up access to a drug that may help them walk for longer. Kerry Swain reports.
Six young boys with the muscle wasting condition Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy went to Downing street today to deliver letters to David Cameron.
They are pleading with the Prime Minister to speed up access to a drug that may help them walk for longer.
Full report on our website later.
A charity which has helped hundreds of families with children who have cancer, has been given the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
The Children with Cancer Fund mainly assists families in Sussex; and with the new honour which is the equivalent of an MBE, staff hope they will be able to raise their profile even further. John Ryall reports.
A man has been arrested in connection with a series of sexual assaults at a hospital in Surrey, after an eight month police investigation.
Frimley Park Hospital near Camberley was the first in the country to be rated as 'outstanding' by the Care Quality Commission It serves more than 900,000 people across Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire.
Today, both the police and Frimley Park Hospital declined to comment on whether the man arrested was a member of staff. Cary Johnston reports.