Thu 19 Apr 2018
A TEENAGER was pulled from his car, punched in the face and stabbed in the back in Rotherham Town Centre last night (Wednesday), police said.
By Michael Upton on Fri 22 Dec 2017
STUDENTS gathered gifts and chocolate boxes to give Christmas cheer to hospital patients and hard-up families.
By Dave Doyle on Thu 21 Dec 2017
THE SHADOW health minister made an appointment with health volunteers to hear about their pioneering scheme.
By Antony Clay on Thu 21 Dec 2017
KIND-HEARTED hypnotherapist Angie Lindsay is offering £12,000 worth of free sessions to stressed carers across Rotherham.
By Dave Doyle on Tue 19 Dec 2017
A NEW tool will speed up water rescues at a patient rehabilitation centre, thanks to a medical charity.
HEALTH bosses are urging patients to choose the right venue for treatment, as the Christmas rush on hospitals begins.
HEALTH helpline bosses are urging patients to collect repeat prescriptions in time for Christmas.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 15 Dec 2017
BLOOD banks are asking donors to keep giving over the holidays, as demand for transfusions takes no time off for Christmas.
By Michael Upton on Thu 14 Dec 2017
A COUPLE known for their generous gestures have helped to provide new life-saving equipment with yet another kind-hearted donation.
By Dr Avanthi on Tue 12 Dec 2017
The festive season is upon us and we’re all getting ready to celebrate with family and friends.
By Admin on Tue 12 Dec 2017
Routine GP appointments continue to be available throughout winter as part of the continue drive to improve access for Rotherham patients.
A Rotherham based health trust which provides a range of services across the borough to people experiencing difficulties with their mental health has issued the following advice for residents who may be experiencing more than just the winter blues over the Christmas period.
Although winter weather and snow can be fun, it is also associated with an increase in illnesses and injuries. There’s more to feeling ‘under the weather’ than most people realise. Cold and wintry conditions can cause severe illness and, in the worst cases, people can die. The cold weather, combined with low levels of sunlight after the clocks go back, means that many of us can feel in poor health.
At this time of year, coughs and colds are common, especially amongst children. This is normal and you'll normally start to feel better within 7 to 10 days, but no medicines will prevent them.
By Dave Doyle on Mon 11 Dec 2017
By Admin on Fri 08 Dec 2017
The weather is getting colder as we head into winter and near the festive season. Inevitably this means that our local health services will begin to experience extreme pressure