February 1 2015 Latest news:
Matt Bunn is the health correspondent for the East Anglian Daily Times.
His job involves monitoring the progress of health care providers in Suffolk and Essex, including Ipswich, Colchester and West Suffolk hospitals, the ambulance service and mental health trusts.
Matt also raises awareness of health campaigns, lesser-known conditions and health success stories.
If you have a health story, call Matt on 01473 324738 or send him an email
A cafe with a difference has officially opened up its doors to offer people in the Ipswich area with neurological conditions more support.
Shocking new research has found that lack of exercise kills twice as many people as obesity.
Colchester Hospital has received a damning across-the-board ‘inadequate’ rating after an inspection from the Care Quality Commission.
Once, it was the exclusive preserve of movie stars and millionaires – but today people from all walks of life are considering cosmetic surgery.
Cycling has been never been so popular in Britain.
Many hands make light work” is a saying that was coined in the 16th Century and remains valid today. If we are to avert the decline of the NHS into a financial black hole, then decisive action is needed and everyone needs to play their part.
The Government is promising seven day access by 2020 while Labour is promising 8,000 new GPs but it does seem neither aspiration has been thought through beyond the ballot box.
It’s hard to believe that after weeks of planning and the traditional hype, the busy Christmas and new year period is now behind us.