Hearts fluttered this weekend when NHS commissioners gave the gift of a defibrillator to Peter Pan Parkrun in west Hull.
Health leaders are encouraging pregnant women in Hull to take their first steps to stopping smoking following the release of figures stating almost 21% of pregnant women in the city smoke*.
Children and young people’s mental health services are being put into the spotlight by Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull; the city’s independent healthcare champion.
Hull UK City of Culture 2017 today unveiled details about seasons two and three of its year-long cultural programme.
A website, launched this week, will support children and young people who have a learning disability or special educational need.
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) has issued a heartfelt appeal to secondary schools in Hull to sign up for free cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training.
This city belongs to everyone. As part of the Hull 2017 City of Culture celebrations, events planned for every corner of the city in public spaces and historic buildings, we want to make it possible for everyone to have the opportunity to access the arts.
Last night the silver screen was taken by storm when an innovative new film premiered in Hull.
A sepsis awareness campaign, supported by UK Sepsis Trust, has been launched to raise awareness of the key symptoms of sepsis amongst parents of children aged 0-4
The winter 2017 edition of TCP People focuses on how the partnership is working with people with learning disabilities in Hull, East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire to promote greater independence and improve quality of life. This second edition focuses on using smart technology, helping people in times of crisis and the new Health Check booklet in Hull.