The NHS across Staffordshire has launched a campaign to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance.
New research released by mental health anti-stigma campaign Time to Change revealed that when asked, 84% of people in the East Midlands would tell friends and family that they were fine, even when struggling with a mental health problem.
Domestic abuse charity ManKind Initiative has released new figures that show a rise in reported domestic violence against men over the past five years.
On Monday 16 April, ITV’s This Morning’s debate was discussing whether or not the contraceptive implant should be available to 12 year old girls.
In the past two years, more than 10,500 girls under 16 have been given contraceptive implants on the NHS.
Employees at a Tesco store in Kidsgrove have been raising money for Cancer Research UK by wearing pink to support the Race for Life events.
Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner joined a panel at Staffordshire University yesterday (April 12) to talk about the importance of mental health.
The ‘In Conversation’ event, heard a panel of experts discuss the subject of mental health and how it affects every sector of the community.
An awards ceremony to honour members of the public who have supported the West Midlands Ambulance Service and helped to save lives took place last week.
A Staffordshire pharmacist has revealed the full cost of unused NHS prescriptions, after he had to bin 42 unused inhalers worth more than £2,500.
Keiran Eason, owner of Eason Pharmacy in Tamworth, spoke out after one customer returned dozens of unused inhalers at a cost of £60 each.
Neonatal unit at Royal Stoke University Hospital has been handed the first Parents’ Choice Award in recognition of its work
The family of a man who died a month after being discharged from Royal Stoke University Hospital is threatening legal action against the NHS.
Darren Wilshaw, 47, of Cedar Court, Alsager, died after medical staff discharged him while he still had a catheter in his chest, an inquest heard today.