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The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

29 June 2022

Supermarkets have pledged to put the signs of bowel cancer on toilet roll packets as tributes pour in for campaigner Dame Deborah James.


Stroke survivor grandmother eats for first time in two years following treatment

Stroke survivor grandmother eats for first time in two years following treatment

Stroke survivor grandmother eats for first time in two years following treatment

27 June 2022

A grandmother who thought she would never eat again after a stroke has undergone innovative treatment and she can once again enjoy her favourite food.


Make sure you do all you can to look after yourself

Make sure you do all you can to look after yourself

Make sure you do all you can to look after yourself

26 June 2022

In the fortnightly Get Active column, Fenland District Council physical activity co-ordinator Hettie West looks at small improvements.


CQC finds work is needed to manage the impact of staffing shortages on urgent and emergency care in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

CQC finds work is needed to manage the impact of staffing shortages on urgent and emergency care in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

CQC finds work is needed to manage the impact of staffing shortages on urgent and emergency care in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

24 June 2022

Work is needed to combat the effect of health care staffing shortages which have left urgent and emergency care services in Cambridgeshire struggling.


Magpas Air Ambulance receives award for support for Armed Services personnel

Magpas Air Ambulance receives award for support for Armed Services personnel

Magpas Air Ambulance receives award for support for Armed Services personnel

23 June 2022

Cambridgeshire based charity Magpas Air Ambulance is celebrating a Silver Award for their support of Armed Forces personnel, who work for the service.


Ambulance crews can't fit in new vehicles

Ambulance crews can't fit in new vehicles

Ambulance crews can't fit in new vehicles

20 June 2022

An investigation by the BBC has found disturbing evidence about newly-bought ambulances in the East of England.


Summer opening hours for large-scale vaccination centres across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Summer opening hours for large-scale vaccination centres across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Summer opening hours for large-scale vaccination centres across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

17 June 2022

After a busy few months delivering the Spring booster campaign, the large-scale vaccination sites are beginning to quieten down across the county.


Five sun creams fail Which? tests as heatwave takes hold

Five sun creams fail Which? tests as heatwave takes hold

Five sun creams fail Which? tests as heatwave takes hold

17 June 2022

Which? sun cream tests see high street products outperform some more expensive mineral-based brands, prompting a warning from the consumer group.


Country braces itself for searing 34C heat

Country braces itself for searing 34C heat

Country braces itself for searing 34C heat

16 June 2022

Temperatures could hit 34C by Friday, the Met Office is warning, which has prompted public health officials to raise the heat-health alert level.


More than 4,000 new blood donors are needed in Cambridgeshire to meet demand

More than 4,000 new blood donors are needed in Cambridgeshire to meet demand

More than 4,000 new blood donors are needed in Cambridgeshire to meet demand

13 June 2022

The NHS Blood and Transplant Service is urging people in Cambridgeshire to give blood as new targets reveal 1,000 new donors are needed in the region.


Anglian Water launches partnership with Kidney Care UK

Anglian Water launches partnership with Kidney Care UK

Anglian Water launches partnership with Kidney Care UK

10 June 2022

Anglian Water has become the first water company to partner with a leading kidney charity to offer patients extra help.


Queen Elizabeth Hospital completes Strategic Outline Case to be reborn

Queen Elizabeth Hospital completes Strategic Outline Case to be reborn

Queen Elizabeth Hospital completes Strategic Outline Case to be reborn

08 June 2022

An important milestone in the bid to rebuild the QEH was reached today, it has been announced.


New advice for those with mystery rashes as monkeypox cases almost double

New advice for those with mystery rashes as monkeypox cases almost double

New advice for those with mystery rashes as monkeypox cases almost double

31 May 2022

New guidance for those with unexplained rashes has been issued by health officials as a further 71 monkeypox cases are found in England.


"Choppy waters" ahead warn Cambridgeshire health bosses

"Choppy waters" ahead warn Cambridgeshire health bosses

"Choppy waters" ahead warn Cambridgeshire health bosses

26 May 2022

Health bosses have said there could be “choppy waters” ahead as inflation impacts the cost of running a health service.


Supermarket recalls pastries over nut fears

Supermarket recalls pastries over nut fears

Supermarket recalls pastries over nut fears

24 May 2022

Tesco is being forced to recall croissant products over fears they may contain nuts not listed on the label.


No horsing around as March mum and daughter shed the pounds

No horsing around as March mum and daughter shed the pounds

No horsing around as March mum and daughter shed the pounds

20 May 2022

A keen horse rider and her mum have shed the pounds together after joining Slimming World in March.


Healthwatch invites Fenland people to health and care summit

Healthwatch invites Fenland people to health and care summit

Healthwatch invites Fenland people to health and care summit

20 May 2022

Healthwatch in Cambridgeshire’s chair, Stewart Francis, has issued a personal invitation to local people to attend the group’s health and care summit.


1 in 3 Fenland adults ‘physically inactive’ as UK faces public health emergency

1 in 3 Fenland adults ‘physically inactive’ as UK faces public health emergency

1 in 3 Fenland adults ‘physically inactive’ as UK faces public health emergency

19 May 2022

More than a third of adults in Fenland are considered “physically inactive”, a new study has warned.


What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

17 May 2022

With seven cases of monkeypox now in the UK, health officials admit there could be community transmission, and say they're urgently investigating.


NHS prescription charges to be frozen to help 'ease' cost of living

NHS prescription charges to be frozen to help 'ease' cost of living

NHS prescription charges to be frozen to help 'ease' cost of living

16 May 2022

The cost of an NHS prescription is being frozen for 2022, the government has announced, which says it will help ease the cost of living.


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