Drug-related deaths in Fenland have reached a record level in the last three years, figures reveal, and now work is being undertaken to identify why.
"It is vital that parents show support and don’t put too much pressure on their child to achieve high grades," says county's NSPCC fundraiser.
"He said: ‘Mummy, I can’t breathe properly.’ I helped him take a couple of puffs of his inhaler but, like a flick of a light switch, he collapsed."
"This is something that is so very close to my heart because without it our son would not be here," says Manea dad.
A footballer and her local team mates are set to tackle Ben Nevis for a charity close to her heart.
The suspension of NHS-funded routine IVF treatment in Cambridgeshire has been extended indefinitely - and will save cash strapped CCG £700k a year.
Despite “new information from the Department of Health,” the recommendation to the county’s NHS bosses is to extend the suspension indefinitely.
Slimmers from Wisbech are stepping out for charity this August to celebrate losing weight and getting more active.
The East of England Ambulance Service has been told once again it “requires improvement” by the health service watchdog, the Care Quality Commission.
Public Health England data showed five per cent of 1,370 youngsters tested in county had not reached the expected level of communication.
A Wisbech doctors' surgery has re-opened this morning following a fire which saw it closed yesterday (Monday).
All the damage was confined to the outside of the building and pharmacy dispensers are on site working.
Patients at a Wisbech doctors' surgery face calling 111 or going to A&E following a fire at the premises on yesterday (Friday) afternoon.
People in Cambridgeshire want faster, easier access to GP services and clear information to help them manage their health.