This week, for the first time in the history of the NHS, an all-out junior doctor’s strike has taken place in England.
‘Some things are worth the money’: Student bursary cuts ‘disgusting attack’ on NHS, say Manchester protesters
Manchester activists branded the government’s decision to scrap the NHS bursaries ‘the most disgusting attack’ on students ever at yesterday’s protest.
Manchester campaigners took to the streets to march against cuts to NHS Bursaries, which could leave healthcare students with as much as £60,000 of debt.
Manchester are more sex savvy than the rest of the country, separating the myth from the muff when faced with a list of fanny falsities.
Diabetes services in Manchester are thriving, while hundreds of patients in other regions are being denied vital information about how to cope with their lifelong disease.
‘Off to a fine art’: Manchester hospital performs record number of life-saving kidney transplants ‘like clockwork’
A record-breaking number of successful, life-changing and saving kidney transplants have been carried out by the Renal Transplant Team at Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI).
A&E waiting times could plummet at one of Manchester’s largest hospitals this week as a successful national initiative kicks into action there.
‘I’m having a baby, I’m not ill’: Stretford mum on why home birth and placenta smoothie best for her and her babies
With more than 1,900 babies born every day in the UK, it’s no surprise that there are a handful of ways to aid women deliver birth their babies in the best way that suits them.
Jessica’s Journey: Manchester tot who can’t walk needs YOUR help to take first steps to ‘where she needs to be’
This is the poetic plea of a brave Wythenshawe tot, Jessica Rooney, who cannot walk or talk and would love a walking frame to help her explore – and she needs your help to get it.
As news hits of NHS crises across the country continues this week, the future of our health service seems uncertain, but 92% of Manchester are sure they do not want it to be privatisation.
Drying your wet washing indoors during winter can pose a serious health threat, according to a new study by Manchester doctors.