Expectant mothers who suffer from extreme morning sickness now have access to special treatment in Bristol.Read the full story ›
Around 9000 people in Gloucestershire registered with Welsh GPs are being are being treated unlawfully - a claim disputed by NHS Wales.Read the full story ›
There's a question mark over the future of children's and maternity services at Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester.Read the full story ›
The victims of contaminated blood and their families are in Westminster today to protest against Government plans to reform their financial support.
Around 6000 people across the country were infected with HIV and Hepatitis C from blood products given by the NHS during the 1970s and 80s.
Many of those affected were haemophiliacs - born with a condition which means that their blood does not clot properly, meaning any bleeding incident could potentially be fatal.
Skin cancer experts are to train tattooists to spot the early signs of the disease at a special event this evening at Southmead Hospital.Read the full story ›
A Bristol mother who has to make a 600 mile round trip to see her mentally ill son in hospital is fighting to bring him closer to home.Read the full story ›
Three wards at the Weston General Hospital have been closed due to an outbreak of Norovirus.
Draycott, Berrow, and Kewstoke are all being affected.
People are being asked to stay away if they have any of the symptoms of diarrhoea or vomiting in the last 48 hours.
- suddenly feeling sick
- projectile vomiting
- watery diarrhoea
- Some people also have a slight fever, headaches, painful stomach cramps and aching limbs
What started out as a simple coffee morning in Portishead ended up attracting over two hundred people in support of the Elizabeth's Footprint campaign.
Five-year-old Elizabeth Spencer died at the Bristol Children's Hospital in December 2015, after succumbing to HLH - a rare autoimmune disorder. Her mother Natalia Spencer is walking the entire Great British coast in order to raise £100,000 for the hospital's Grand Appeal.
Natalia began at Durdle Door in Dorset in February and aims to return there early next year.
Today's event in Portishead was partly organised by Heidi Loughlin, local cancer patient and blogger, whose illness led her to lose a child too. Heidi also hosted Natalia for two nights and joined her for the Portishead part of the walk.
To find out more about Natalia's journey, visit the Elizabeth's Footprint campaign page.
To read more about Heidi's time with Natalia, click here.
Two women who lost their young daughters met as part of a joint effort to raise money for Bristol Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
Striking junior doctors in Gloucester have left the picket line to share their medical skills teaching people how to save lives.Read the full story ›