The innovative Laughing for A Change project has been awarded a Time to Change grant to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in Birmingham.
As the demand for meat rises inexorably, Anna Rose explains why this doesn’t have to be the case.
Fifteen schools from across Birmingham have been awarded with Health for Life certification
Annual deaths related to heroin and morphine are continuing to drop significantly, falling from 41 per cent of total drug-related deaths in the UK in 2010 to 32 per cent in 2011
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust has announced plans for a series of maternity unit improvements following a successful bid for additional funds
The use of sugar to heal wounds by a University of Wolverhampton lecturer has been hailed as “revolutionary” by a patient who is receiving the treatment at a Birmingham hospital.
Coventry University is hosting a meeting in which leading health professionals and academics will present creative approaches to improving the sexual health and well being of young people.
Coventry University has joined forces with a leading UK healthcare charity, the Anaphylaxis Campaign, to develop a newly launched iPhone app which helps people affected by severe allergic reactions.
A Good Hope consultant has won international recognition for leading a new treatment study
New Year resolutions are easily made and generally short lived. Ros Dodd reckons we should stop beating ourselves up.
Hospital A&E departments are under extreme pressure this New Year’s Eve and emergency doctors are urging people to consider alternatives if their case is not urgent.
Laurence Inman’s cunning plans – one of which involves more standing
Laurence Inman has a New Year business plan – It’s a sure fire way of cashing in on resolution revolutions.
Casualties of Christmas spirit will be catered for at a specially-established unit in the city centre.
Money is often in short supply around the festive season so Severn Trent Water is reminding its customers there are a number of ways to help them pay their water bill this Christmas.
‘Stay safe’ is the plea as the festive season begins.
At this time of year there are many people unable to enter into what others consider the spirit of the occasion. Alex is one of them.
Students from Coventry and Warwick universities joined forces to host a donor recruitment drive for a leading blood cancer charity.
Islamic Relief volunteers and the Muslim community in the West Midlands have teamed up to organise a fundraising dinner in Birmingham this Sunday
Embrace the everyday – the mundane – the ordinary.
Research published today by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has revealed that people in the West Midlands spend an average of one hour and 45 minutes dwelling on regrets every week
The Battle Back Centre (Lilleshall), which provides adaptive sport and adventure training activities to enhance the recovery of wounded, injured and sick men and women from all three Services, was opened today by The Royal British Legion and the Ministry of Defence.
With winter approaching, make sure your home is safe.
Professor Richard Dawkins will officially launch a new £3 million Midlands centre today to establish what goes wrong with our bones, joints, ligaments and muscles as we age
Deaths related to a group of now-banned ‘legal highs’ rose sharply from 5 in 2009 to 43 in 2010, reveals a report on the latest UK drug death figures released today
Cogent Elliott, one of the UK’s leading integrated creative agencies, has developed a powerful advertisement for the National Association of People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC), based upon the Jimmy Savile revelations.
After an inspiring summer of sport across the UK the British Heart Foundation is encouraging schools, youth groups and nurseries to keep the enthusiasm
Birmingham city council will be marking World Mental Heath Day with a new publication aimed at 10% of the city’s population.
A two-day conference, taking place in Amsterdam next month, will bring together world leaders in serious games development and healthcare
It is often said that into everyone’s life a little rain must fall.