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Half of population cannot name a childhood rare disease

On Rare Disease Day, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity has released new figures from survey

Glenn Hoddle to work with the BHF following cardiac arrest

Glenn Hoddle has announced his plans to work with the BHF following his cardiac arrest last October. In an interview with the Sun, Glenn discussed...

Barnardo’s responds to relationships and sex education guidance for schools

Barnardo's welcomes the introduction of age-appropriate lessons on health, relationships and sex in English schools. Javed Khan, CEO of Barnardo’s, one of the UK’s leading...

86% of girls in Uganda miss school because of menstruation

As the world recognises International Women's Day on 8th March, UK-based charity Fields of Life is reminding people that thousands of girls are still missing...

Mark Lever to leave the National Autistic Society, after 11 years leading the charity

Chief Executive of the National Autistic Society, Mark Lever, is leaving the charity after 11 years and has been appointed as Chief Executive of...

Ruth Hunt steps down as Stonewall Chief Executive

Stonewall Chief Executive, Ruth Hunt, has announced that she will be leaving the charity in August 2019, following 14 years at the organisation and...

Charity has end of blinding disease in its sights

The international charity, Sightsavers, has just launched an ambitious appeal to raise money to fund the final push to eliminate the blinding eye disease,...

Homeless autistic man with tumours told he is not a priority by Cornwall Council

CORNWALL Council has today been named and shamed by autism activist Anna Kennedy OBE after the council told an autistic man with numerous health...

Special recognition for 16 years of volunteering

City Hospice has thanked Lance Osgood for his 16 years of voluntary service after he retired last week. Lance has been volunteering since 2003, helping the...

Quarriers achieves investors in People Platinum accreditation

Quarriers have become one of the first health and social care charities in Scotland to achieve Investors in People Platinum status. The award is the...

VIDEO: Two in three 999 staff say their employer encourages them to talk about mental health

Research from Mind reveals that emergency services staff and volunteers are over twice as likely to say that their service encouraged them to talk...

Video: Samaritans launch awareness campaign to encourage men to seek help

Samaritans have launched a campaign, called Real People, Real Stories. The campaign sees men who have overcome tough times share their stories to encourage...

Pioneering dementia service opens in Manchester

The former Labour MP, Hazel Blears, opened the launch of a pioneering new dementia service in Manchester on Friday, named the ‘EachStep Club’, that...

Birmingham St Mary’s is the UK’s first hospice to be named an ‘Investor in Diversity’

Birmingham St Mary's Hospice has been given an Investors in Diversity Award, making it the first hospice in the UK to achieve the prestigious...
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