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More than 300 people are now CPR trained thanks to the “Learn to be a Lifesaver” campaign.
A petition calling for vital health services to be saved has been backed by more than 2,000 people in its first 24 hours.
The Magpas air ambulance put the man in a medically induced coma at the scene before flying him to hospital.
Hundreds of concerned relatives, service users and staff have signed a petition to save All Hallows Healthcare Trust after it announced plans to close vital services pending a consultation.
An Ipswich gym is opening its doors to the public free of charge in order to increase awareness of mental health and raise money for charity.
A grieving mother from Essex has spoken of the dangers of breech births following the death of her son.
Exam stress and social media have been blamed for a huge rise in the number of cases of children referred to social services for mental ill health.
Distribution of an opioid overdose antidote credited with saving lives has increased tenfold in Suffolk.
One year ago, Nick Sawyer woke up to a phone call. That phone call saved his life.
Concerned relatives have been left “numb” after a healthcare trust announced shock plans to close a service supporting hundreds of people each day.
The loss of a healthcare service which supports more than 250 people a day would be “devastating news” for local communities, it has been claimed.
A “culture of change” is to be brought about at Suffolk schools as part of a drive to improve the mental wellbeing of children.
Up to 280 people are set to lose their jobs after a health care trust announced its likely closure.
Health checks for 40 to 74-year-olds are on the rise again following concerns that confusion over new GDPR laws was causing fewer people to take them up.
A nursing home in Woodbridge is to spend £1.5 million on a project to expand its site.
A new running club has been launched in Thurston, near Bury St Edmunds, for people of all abilities.
A Suffolk charity that supports unpaid carers across the county has scooped a national award for its work in the community.
The Suffolk parents of a four-year-old girl with a severe form of epilepsy will march on Westminster to demand access to medicinal cannabis four months after the law was changed to help families.
Controversial plans to abandon the four hour waiting time target at A&E could be detrimental to patients, the boss of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals is warning.
The chief executive of Suffolk and Norfolk’s failing mental health trust is moving on, it has been announced.
The Blanketeers have been out in full force knitting blankets for Ipswich Hospital’s most poorly patients.
Brain injury patients are set to be offered their own ‘home from home’ after plans were revealed for a new 24-bed residential unit at Ravenswood.
Mayor of Ipswich Jane Riley was blindfolded on a walk through the town centre to learn more about the daily obstacles blind and partially sighted people face.
A new defibrillator has been installed in the north of Woodbridge.
A seven-year-old is on a mission to collect as many Easter eggs as he can to brighten the day of the children at West Suffolk Hospital.
A Sudbury health shop is spearheading the fight against plastic packaging by launching the town’s first zero=waste food range.
Health secretary Matt Hancock MP saw for himself the work of the life-saving team at Ipswich Hospital’s Heart Centre.
Calls have been made for Norfolk and Suffolk’s under-fire mental health trust to be split up, so it can provide a better focus for each county.
Patients tasted pureed teacakes and soaked battenberg at Ipswich Hospital during a special afternoon tea which aimed to highlight the difficulties faced by those with dysphagia ahead of Swallow Awareness Day.
A new initiative in Suffolk is encouraging mums to ‘stub it out’ by offering more support for those wanting to quit smoking this ‘No Smoking Day’.
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