August 22 2014 Latest news:
They named her Evanee which means young fighter – and the words could not be closer to the truth for this “miracle” seven-month-old.
West Suffolk Hospital has apologised after staff gave a six-month-old vomiting baby milk which was more than five months out of date.
An investment of £114,000 is being pumped into the leisure centres in Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill to meet a growing demand for fitness activities.
Holidays in the sun can be a testing time for parents as they have to judge how long to let their children play out in the sun.
Dr Nevianna Tomson is a consultant dermatologist at BMI St Edmunds Hospital and spokesman for the British Association of Dermatologists. Here she provides 10 top tips on how to keep your children safe in the sun.
James Armitage, consultant urological surgeon at BMI St Edmunds Hospital, discusses urinary symptoms in men and the role of laser prostate surgery in their treatment.
We all want our health service to be the best it can be. I want it to do the best it can for your family and for mine, whenever we may need it.
With a funding review for general practice currently being undertaken by NHS England, one GP has raised concerns that many surgeries in Suffolk could become financially unviable, make a significant number of staff redundant, close or see patients wait even longer for an appointment. Here Saxmundham GP Dr John Havard shares his views about the funding review and what it could mean for the county
Suffolk is the only county in the region to have seen a significant increase in the number of people playing sport every week over the last eight years, a survey has revealed.
The NHS was born in 1948 with the core principle that good healthcare should be available to all regardless of ability to pay. Apart from some prescription, optical and dental charges, access to the NHS remains free for over 63m UK residents - making it the world’s largest publicly-funded health service.
Many seasoned readers will remember the original TV series that went out in the ‘60s and ‘70s when there were only three channels available.