A medical emergency response charity based at The University of Manchester has become the UK’s deployment lead to global humanitarian crises, receiving an £8million grant from the Government.
The family of a baby girl who suffers from a rare condition that could leave her brain damaged or cause her organs to fail are fundraising for special equipment to light up her life.
Assisted dying bill will put disabled ‘at risk’ of being branded a ‘burden’, warns Bishop of Manchester
The Bishop of Manchester has spoken out against the legalisation of assisted dying, saying that British society should not become one that sees vulnerable people as ‘a burden’.
Integration and innovation: Devo Manc health and social care scheme builds on city’s ‘strong’ medical history
Healthcare in Greater Manchester is under the spotlight as Manchester City Council announced the arrival of Health Innovation Manchester (HIM) today.
Trigeminal neuralgia is one of the most of the painful afflictions known to man. In the majority of cases it’s caused by compression of the trigeminal nerve – the largest nerve inside the skull which transmits pain and touch sensations from your face, teeth and mouth to your brain.
A Bolton mum-of-two with a growing hole in her heart has opened up about the ‘unbelievable feeling’ of being back with her family after receiving an ‘incredibly rare’ procedure at a Manchester hospital.
Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a genetic disorder where fluid filled cysts grow in kidneys and destroy normal renal tissue.
Ringing ears, no sleep and even suicide: Manchester sufferer calls for end of ‘flippant’ attitude to tinnitus
Approximately 10% of the UK adult population have or experience tinnitus, a condition which can have a devastating impact on sufferers’ lives, making headlines after Susanna Reid opened up on the issue.
The campaign group Action on Sugar have found that 14 out of 50 cereals were a third sugar, suggesting that the government is failing to keep the industry in check.
Two Greater Manchester general practices are the first to be awarded the highest possible rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), under their new inspection regime.
These days, thousands of expectant mothers are receiving help from an unusual source to ensure that they get through the day in one piece: hypnotherapy.
After feeling the benefits of hypnosis during labour first-hand, Eleanor Gibbons-Modral gave up her job as a teacher to impart hypnobirthing techniques to mums-to-be full-time.