Thousands of lives are being lost every year because doctors are failing to spot a blood-poisoning condition known as sepsis.Read the full story ›
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service has helped to design Britain's first mobile field hospital.
The tent-based facility would be used in disaster zones. It can be transformed into a medical centre with 40 beds for up to 90 days. The UK has become the sixth country to have a mobile field hospital.
According to Robin Bates from Urban Search & Rescue (USAR) who was the project section leader in charge of accommodation and logistics, the facility is impressive.
"The work that has gone into this is incredible. To be able to go to a disaster zone and immediately put up such a vital lifeline will make a huge difference to those in need.
"As well as treating the injured, this hospital will be able to help prevent minor injuries becoming major with a team of highly trained trauma doctors and nurses.
"This facility will save lives without a doubt and improve life for people who have lost everything in countries where the infrastructure has been completely wiped out."
A couple from Sussex have started a crowdfunding page asking the public to help them realise their dream of having a child.Read the full story ›
According to recent figures, more than 3,000 children in the south east were hospitalised for self-harming themselves last year.
The total number of children treated in England and Wales in that same time period was 19,000.
Common pressures on teenagers include - bullying, pressures at school, and emotional abuse - all issues which can require professional help.
Julie Harrison's report contain details of the troubles that some young people have experienced - that you may find upsetting.
The interviewees are Aimee Wilson, Dr Paul McArdle, a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist; and Zoe Gilder, from the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service.
Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury still 'requires improvement' after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.Read the full story ›
Stop targeting the vulnerable - that was the message from a despairing group of people with disabilities who gathered to protest about budget cuts in Southampton today. Christine Alsford talked to Simon Letts, Leader, Southampton City Council, Labour; and Jeremy Moulton, Opposition Leader, Southampton City Council, Conservative.
A devoted sister - jailed for refusing to allow social services to take control of the care of her brother, a victim of dementia - today spoke of her astonishing ordeal.
Teresa Kirk, who's 71 and from Saltdean near Brighton, was ordered by the controversial Court of Protection to move her brother from a care home in Portugal - which he loved - to a care home in England which she says he would have hated.
As John Ryall now reports, when she refused to co-operate, she was handed a six-month prison sentence.
Every parent must wonder at some point: just what is my baby thinking?
An innovative research programme, based in Brighton, is now attempting to answer that question - looking through the eyes of toddlers.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Alice Skelton, from University of Sussex, and mothers Anna Ford and Natalie Davis.
A grieving father, from Maidstone, whose child died from Meningitis B a year ago, has accused the Government of doing 'absolutely nothing' since her death.
A mother from Hampshire whose daughter took her own life after being labelled a 'time waster', has won her legal battle for compensation against the health trust which failed her.
Student Hannah Groves, who was 20, was told she was not 'at risk' - despite pleading to be admitted to a mental health unit.
Four and a half years on and her mother Mandy Park has been awarded £260,000 compensation from Southern Health for the trauma she suffered in finding her daughter's body.
She's now vowing to fight to change the way mental health services operate. Rachel Hepworth talked to Mandy Park, mother, and Nick Fairweather, solicitor.