Came Out Shouting
After falling ill whilst pregnant, the news she received would change her world. But help from family, friends, and Mummy's Star is helping Amy battle through this Christmas.
Dr Azra Khan, a microbiologist, has visited Nandom in Ghana several times with her FREED UK colleagues - this is the story of her first trip
Former West Bromwich Albion player Brendon Batson will join hundreds of participants at the charity's Ride the Reservoir event this year
As the UK’s annual push to avoid alcohol for a month gets underway, the British Liver Trust has some worrying statistics and sage advice for the British public
Functional Neurological Disorder can affect men, women and children of any age, yet the medical community and general public in the UK is said to be relatively unaware of it
World AIDS Day
On World AIDS Day, we take a look at the effect the condition is having on the UK today and how a number of charities are trying to help
Have You Got Guts?
Bowel & Cancer Research is highlighting some 'surprising' stats in a bid to get people talking this Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
Birmingham St Mary's Hospice are asking local residents to bust their best moves when their 'Let's Danceathon' makes its return next month.
The survey, carried out by Parkinson's UK, was released today to mark World Parkinson's Day and discovered some shocking statistics
The charity's Pound the Bounds event in Rock, near Kidderminster, promises a great day out for amateur walkers to serious runners
The Marriott Hotel, MetroCentre will host a Tinnitus Information Day from the British Tinnitus Information Day in February, including expert advice and access to support services
52 Miles in 7 Days
Maxine Foster of West Sussex is taking on a double marathon challenge in order to raise funds for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy charity 'Harrison's Fund'
Are You Aware?
When experiencing persistent bloating, women are more likely to cut out gluten or eat more yoghurt than visit a doctor, find Target Ovarian Cancer
The urology team at Southmead Hospital will now have an Intuitive Da Vinci robot to help them treat men with prostate cancer and the charity is aiming to buy another
Row Your Boat
Oli Glanville and George Randell took part in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge to raise money for their chosen charities - here, they talk about their experience
Burns Night will be celebrated in Yorkshire at St Andrew’s Hospice’s restaurant Appetite at the end of January, with everything from traditional food to Scottish entertainment
A Muffin a Day...
Action on Sugar have issued a warning calling for less sugar and clearer nutrition labelling on the popular snack across the UK
The Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival will return in 2018, backed by Carl Fogarty and Steve Parrish – here’s all the information you need to know
Presented by Breast Cancer Now, the new clothing collection, hand-picked by the likes of M&S and River Island, is helping to support life-saving research
Treatment Manager at bpas Southwark responds positively to the news that Southwark Council will consider deploying buffer zones around abortion clinics
Are You Aware?
New research from Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer has revealed some shock statistics surrounding awareness of symptoms for the UK's second biggest cancer killer
Take to the pitch at half-time, don an eye mask and ear defenders, and take a spot-kick to raise awareness of combined sight and hearing loss for DeafblindUK
Diabetes has Doubled
New figures released by Diabetes UK have revealed that there are now almost 3.7 million people living with a diabetes diagnosis in the UK
Whether you fancy cycling round a cricket pitch or spinning your wheels over a longer distance, there's a route for you at this great family event
A Growing Problem
Male cancer charity Orchid says prostate cancer cases set to rise 'dramatically over next decade' as they release new report this Male Cancer Awareness Week
Kaisers in Hard Hats
Work was begun on the the very first Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Centre in the North East with the help of celebrity guests and charity supporters the Kaiser Chiefs
Unearthing gems to sell from its eBay store has become a huge part of the British Heart Foundation’s fundraising efforts and the team behind it have just passed hit £10 million
Purple Day Shock
SUDEP Action and Epilepsy Action say the shocking figures paint a stark picture of health inequality in 21st century England
Sarcoidosis is an agonising disease that can affect the heart, the lungs, the skin and the eyes. Sarcoidosis UK is set to fund research that could potentially cure the disease
Rates on the Rise
UK charity Pancreatic Cancer Action is calling for urgent intervention as rates of pancreatic cancer diagnoses and mortality both rise
Some 495 cyclists raised a whopping £80,000 for the charity by riding at least 300 or 1,000 miles each - a total distance greater than that of earth to the moon
Seven, Seven, Seven
London banker, Scot, is hoping to complete the World Marathon Challenge to raise money for Breast Cancer Haven, a charity whose work he has seen first-hand
Walk the Walk
Dimbleby Cancer Care's Walk50 event returns for its fourth year in June and it's going to bigger and better than ever
Boing Boing Boing
Boogie Bouncing is a great way to keep fit and 10 venues will play host to extra-special events, organised in support of Sport Relief
asking the nation to share a new thought-provoking film to get people thinking differently about dementia
Get Your Bake On!
Celebrity chefs are encouraging the nation to bake their favourite cake this Bowel Cancer Awareness month, to help raise funds for Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer
Can’t Hold Him Back
Suffering through painful symptoms and eventually diagnosed with myeloma, Andy refused to let his health get him down, resolving to continue with his passion for photography
Just Keep Swimming
After her son's potentially life-saving diagnosis, Eve is now taking on an enormous challenge to raise awareness of Type 1 diabetes
Smokefree Baby & Me
She worried she wouldn't be strong enough to quit, especially with a partner who smoked. Thankfully, with help from ASH Wales, Samantha was able to kick the habit for good
A 20-year Low
Smear test attendance in England is at a 20 year low. In the words of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, the ‘Jade Goody effect has long gone’
Over the course of more than 20 years of operation, the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity has funded some really great work
Natalie Queiroz was attacked in Sutton Coldfield but, thanks to the Midlands Air Ambulance, was transferred to hospital in enough time for her to receive life-saving surgery
World TB Day 2018
On World TB Day, Amy – a patient advocate for charity TB Alert – is sharing her story to help prevent others from suffering unnecessarily, as she did
A Vicious Circle
Hope's Neurological Functional Disorder meant she was unable to attend school during her crucial GCSE years, but she was still able to achieve an excellent set of results.
Wedding On Hold
It was the Breast Cancer Haven that put her 'back together again', when she should have been planning her dream wedding
Now I’m a 10!
Joanne was suffering with intense back pain and mental health issues – this is the story of how Grace House helped her cope and brought her family closer together
Breast Cancer Hope
Each year around 11,500 people die from breast cancer in the UK alone - here, Giles and Julie bravely share their own stories
Finding a Cure
New research has come to light which could see rare disease sarcoidosis cured - a support group worker talks about how the condition affects sufferers on a daily basis
Lesley has lived from sarcoidosis for years - she tells us what it's like to live with an 'invisible illness' and how some pioneering research could soon see her suffering ended
Disneyland for Germs
Lauren's chemotherapy started when her daughter was aged just seven-months-old - Dimbleby Cancer Care have given her an enormous amount of help
Two Beautiful Kids
Every 2 hours, Ovarian Cancer takes the life of a woman in the UK - when Jo was diagnosed, she feared the worst