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One in three Britons have suffered from mental health problems in the workplace, but companies are often reluctant to admit it’s an issue in their company.
Coaches from CrossFit Orwell in Ipswich debunk myths around the sport and share exactly why it’s suitable for all ages and abilities.
A woman who said her life was given back to her by access to a thyroid medication faces paying for the drug abroad as it is not funded by the NHS.
Fundamental change has been requested to curtail the “unreasonable” time taken up by police on mental health issues.
Parents in Mid Suffolk who gave birth to a newborn in 2018 are being encouraged to plant a free tree in celebration.
Additional maternity and paternity leave has been pledged for Suffolk County Council staff following the birth of a premature baby.
West Suffolk Hospital is to get £13m to redevelop its emergency department, while East of England Ambulance Service gets an £18m boost.
Health officials are calling for more people to share their medical history as they say it could help in medical emergencies.
A woman who suffered a seizure in her sleep was left mortified when paramedics found her naked - and has now dropped five dress sizes in a bid to live a healthier lifestyle.
A cash injection has been given to the region’s ambulance service as part of £1bn of funding announced by the government.
The denial of some specialist equipment to disabled children by Suffolk County Council (SCC) is unlawful, a charity has claimed.
A Suffolk MP will join calls to abolish the region’s mental health trust unless there is clear evidence of significant improvement by the end of January, it has emerged.
Less than three quarters of eligible women in Suffolk have had a cervical screening in the last three and a half to five and a half years – have you had yours?
MPs in Suffolk and Norfolk hope to meet with regulators over the future of the region’s crisis-hit mental health trust before Christmas, it has emerged.
More than 60,000 children in Suffolk have not seen a dentist in the last 12 months, new figures have revealed.
A distraught mother has described Suffolk’s mental health service as “farcical” and claims it is failing families after her daughter attempted to take her own life – but was not sectioned.
A firm who took up the Early Bird Herd challenge has raised over £4,000 for the St Elizabeth Hospice.
MPs will demand answers over the future of the region’s mental health trust at a meeting with regulators.
The Surviving Winter campaign has had its best opening month - with more that £65,000 pledged already towards keeping the most vulnerable of our community warm through winter.
A “tsunami” of youngsters with mental health problems is on the horizon in Suffolk, a wellbeing movement has warned.
Radical action is needed to tackle the crisis facing Suffolk’s mental health trust, the health secretary has said.
A top lawyer wants to share the tragic experiences of families she has represented with the boss of our region’s failing mental health trust – after it was plunged into special measures again.
These statistics lay bare the situation faced at the region’s mental health trust, as it has once again been placed in special measures.
West Suffolk MP and health secretary Matt Hancock is facing calls to intervene over the future of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT).
The top inspector of England’s hospitals has not ruled out asking the government to take over the region’s failing mental health trust.
The boss of the region’s failing mental health trust has admitted the organisation is on its “last chance” to get things right.
The only way forward for mental health services in Suffolk is to adopt a radical strategy distanced from its failing NHS trust.
A young Ipswich mother under the care of Suffolk mental health services revealed she is scared to have more children after an 18-month battle with postnatal depression.
The region’s mental health trust is today in special measures for the third time, after an inspection uncovered a litany of failings branded “deeply disturbing” by MPs.
Mental health services have been in crisis for at least five years.