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The number of anti-depressants prescribed in parts of Essex has risen by nearly a fifth in just three years, according to NHS data.
After battling a nine-year cycle of addiction and homelessness, 28-year-old Mr Halls is finally on the road towards a new life.
After battling polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a testicular cancer diagnosis and a miscarriage, the birth of their first child, Bodhi, was a day of elation for Sammy and Leigh Pipe.
People are being urged to use a new community bus service linking Haverhill with West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds.
Davers Court care home, in Bury St Edmunds, is hosting a free advice session for families caring for those living with dementia.
Frontline staff at the region’s ambulance trust have launched a public petition in what they say is a bid to influence bosses.
A new award scheme has been launched to promote healthier eating at takeaway restaurants in Suffolk - but can a takeaway ever really be healthy?
A Bury St Edmunds care home is inviting the community to join residents in celebrating National Poetry Day next week.
The staff and residents at a Felixstowe nursing home have been left in limbo after the company suddenly went into liquidation.
A village is set to get a fourth defibrillator after a landlord saved the life of a man who suffered a heart attack in his pub.
A diabetic woman from Stowmarket has found a new lease of life after dropping four dress sizes, getting her condition under control and shedding almost three stone - and it is all thanks to her daughter.
Friends of an Ipswich teenager diagnosed with a rare cancer have raised over £3,000 in his name
The father of a 19-year-old Suffolk girl who died from anorexia fears many more patients have died as a result of how eating disorders are still treated.
Doctors, nurses, healthcare teams and support staff at a hospital in Bury St Edmunds are re-affirming their commitment to patient safety by adding their signatures to a giant pledge.
A hospital ward has been given a £350,000 overhaul to provide better facilities for patients.
A new brain injury centre named after world-famous scientist Prof Stepehen Hawking is set to open in Ipswich.
A psychiatric intensive care unit in Ipswich which closed on safety grounds due to a lack of staff will reopen next week, it has emerged.
A Suffolk police officer who has been assaulted around 100 times in 17 years while working on the front line in Ipswich has welcomed a new law increasing the penalty for attacking emergency staff.
Suffolk’s first cannabis lounge has opened in Ipswich – but owner Darryl Noe says it’s all legal and above board.
Young people from across the region will come together at a special event to help those struggling with their emotional well-being.
People living in Suffolk’s most affluent areas are living between four and seven years longer than those in deprived areas of the county, new figures have warned
Thousands of Suffolk schoolchildren are getting an energetic boost each day thanks to the Daily Mile - as the number of schools taking part reaches 41.
Fundraisers will be wearing jeans to work and school on September 21 to raise money and awareness of genetic disorders affecting children. Sheena Grant hears one family’s story.
In all, 1,154 complaints were made to Suffolk County Council last year, according to data published by its audit committee.
A Suffolk man who suffered a brain injury after falling at speed from his mountain bike is to talk about his experiences at a conference next month.
Social care chiefs in Suffolk have said that “staff restructures” are behind a £2.2million spend on agency social workers last year.
Former eating disorder sufferer talks about the battle against social media.
Ambulances which are already carrying patients could be sent to new emergencies in a bid to drive down response times.
Runners across the county are limbering up for tomorrow’s Great East Run.
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