A young mother from Rochdale is battling for a lifesaving treatment to be free on NHS, after she had to pay for her surgery in America.Read the full story ›
The Birch Centre offers support to young people aged up 18, including assessment, therapeutic interventions and training.Read the full story ›
Ramsey Cottage Hospital has become the first in the British Isles to be using new 24-hour sensor technology to monitor patients.Read the full story ›
Noble's Hospital have produced a promotional video to encourage new doctors to work in the Isle of Man.Read the full story ›
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There are 430,000 problem gamblers in Great Britain with a further two million at risk of harm from gambling.
As more looks to be done to reduce those numbers, from this summer betting companies are introducing a voluntary ban on TV advertising during live sport.
The so called 'Whistle to Whistle' ban will come into effect five minutes before the start of the action and last until five minutes after it finishes.
The Grand National is the one time in the year that many of us will place a bet on a sporting event - in fact it's estimated that £250 million worth of bets are placed on the race. While for the majority of people it's harmless fun, for some gambling can be a life ruining addiction.
Our correspondent David Chisnall looks at the problem of problem gambling.
Here is a link to services which offer help with problem gambling.
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