West Midlands Ambulance Service has issued advice on safe enjoyment during the forthcoming onslaught.
NHS local has been working with Birmingham Children’s Hospital to create a new online experience for patients and staff.
A nightclub stunt aimed at making girls aware of their vulnerability when drunk and alone in central Birmingham is proving a success.
Up to 24,000 people with diabetes are dying each year from causes that could be avoided through better management of their condition.
With the festive season almost upon us, West Midlands Police are offering a sobering reminder.
Local residents are being asked to think before dialling 999 on Wednesday.
A new study suggests many people in the West Midlands are unaware of one of the most common Sexually Transmitted Infections….
With winter approaching, West Midlands Ambulance Service are reminding us to help the NHS by helping ourselves.
A one-day workshop will bring together world leaders in the field of emergency response to present and discuss new ways to manage urban-based crises and hazards.
With Bonfire Night approaching, West Midlands Ambulance Service have issued advice on how to have fun and stay safe.
Is it a van? Is it a cow? No, it’s the Moomobile, and it’s hitting the streets of Birmingham and the Black Country, to bring mobile healthcare to the area. A transit van with a difference; the Moomobile is painted as a cow on both sides, and even has its rear end decorated to match…
West Midlands Ambulance Service have issued a seasonal warning to cyclists of all ages.
Nearly 1,000 people will be donning their running shoes in support of Alzheimer’s Society on Sunday 23 October, as they take part in the Bupa Great Birmingham Run.
Help Diabetes UK prevent heart and kidney disease among people with the condition
West Midlands Ambulance Service are asking people to think before they dial 999.
With an icy blast forecast a local warmth scheme is encouraging residents in Birmingham with cold or damp related illnesses to think ahead
Alan Clawley explains how the PFI system defies economic logic.
BBC presenter Mary Rhodes joined people from across Birmingham on the Memory Walk
Students in Birmingham are urged to spot the signs of deadly brain bug meningitis – and not to confuse symptoms with a hangover…
A series of road traffic incidents involving Birmingham youngsters has led to warnings being issued.
At last – something worth visiting a motorway service station for.
News from some of the region’s first response teams.
Simone put on her walking shoes today and warmed up to launch Alzheimer’s Society’s Birmingham Memory Walk.
From Howard Elston, Our Man in the Know with the Blackberry in his hand and a cheese and onion sandwich in the other Top Tories, furious at having to cancel summer holidays, are to sue rioters for loss of leisure time. PM David Cameron had to wipe out part of his Tuscan jaunt; Treasury boss…
By Ace Elston, our medical reporter James Murdoch, the son of mega media boss Rupert Murdoch, is to be given a real heart in place of his artificial organ, I can personally reveal. Investigations by the Elston Report research team have found that James, who so famously stumbled and disingenuously shrugged his way through the…
A health warning has been issued ahead of what promises to be another scorching weekend.
This year’s Great Birmingham Run has attracted celebrity backing
Dave Woodhall wonders if it really is 2011
Alan Clawley writes… ‘Surely state financial support should be used to underpin social and environmental objectives not to subsidise wealthy corporations’
Nearly one in three people with diabetes in the West Midlands could be risking their health and experiencing emotional distress by keeping their diabetes a secret