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Disability Action Yorkshire Achieves NCFE Accreditation

A Harrogate charity is celebrating after winning accreditation from the Northern Council for Further Education (NCFE). The accolade for Disability Action Yorkshire means it can...

Contact the elderly salutes Scotland’s youth volunteers

Scores of young Scots have bridged the generation gap and brightened the lives of older people in an initiative aimed at easing the pain...

New Hft report is a red flag for the future of social care

The financial pressures crippling the social care sector could start to directly impact the vulnerable adults it supports, according to a newly published report,...

Parkinson’s Disease: Madopar suppliers release statement

Late last year Parkinson’s UK told us about Madopar supply issues. This meant that some people were having difficulties getting hold of Madopar (branded co-beneldopa and...

Two breakthroughs in CAR-T therapy

It's been a historic week for blood cancer treatments with two significant developments in the use of CAR-T therapies. Headlines were made when it was announced...

NHS to roll out mobile lung cancer scanning across England

NHS England is setting up lung cancer scanning trucks in supermarket car parks across the country in a drive to detect the disease earlier.  The...

Charity watchdog issues official warning to IEA over its Brexit report

The Charity Commission has issued the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) with an official warning after its flagship report by trade expert Shanker Singham...

Child health experts warn air pollution is damaging children’s health

Child health experts across the UK are warning today that air pollution is damaging children’s health – and the public should be better informed...

New hospice takes shape

A new hospice for Southend, which will eventually be caring for thousands of local people, has started to take shape as a major installation...

Liberia marks Safer Internet Day, supported by UK’s IWF

Taking another step in its global battle against online child sexual abuse content, the Internet Watch Foundation has launched a web-based reporting system through...
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