Winter Awareness: Are you protected against meningitis and septicaemia?

Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) is calling on everyone to be aware of the signs and symptoms of meningitis as the winter season approaches and is asking parents to ensure their children are fully up-to-date with their vaccinations.

Can a single game of rugby cause long term neck damage?

Warrington Guardian: Can a single game of rugby cause long term neck damage?

Only in professional sport could somebody be described as old by the age of 30.

Why is a slipped disc so painful?

Warrington Guardian: Image shows a healthy disc in a young adult

11:20am Thursday 13th October 2011

The colloquial term 'slipped disc' is one almost all of us are familiar with, associating the condition with excruciating low back pain.

Mixed report in review into stroke services

3:20pm Monday 17th January 2011

A MAJOR review of stroke care saw Warrington receive the lowest possible rating in two out of 15 key areas.

Alcoholics make 39 trips to A&E

Warrington Guardian: Health bosses issue new year drink warning

9:00am Wednesday 12th January 2011

BETWEEN them 96 alcoholics made nearly 40 trips to Warrington Hospital’s A&E unit over Christmas and New Year.

Health bosses issue new year drink warning

Warrington Guardian: Health bosses issue new year drink warning

8:06am Tuesday 11th January 2011

PEOPLE in Warrington are being encouraged to think about how much alcohol they drink and to cut back if the amount is too high.

85 A&E patients cost more than £9m

Warrington Guardian: Warrington Hospital

8:50am Wednesday 10th November 2010

IN the past year 85 patients unnecessarily attended Warrington Hospital’s A&E unit - averaging one visit per month between them.

Health bills to be made public

3:10pm Thursday 4th November 2010

ALL primary care health trusts must publish the totals of every invoice of more than £25,000 as a way of bolstering openness in public spending.

Number of obese people in Warrington falls

Warrington Guardian: The number of obese people in Warrington has dropped

1:20pm Wednesday 3rd November 2010

THE number of obese people in Warrington has decreased by 379 in the past year, according to new figures.

Hospital bosses give firework advice

10:10am Wednesday 3rd November 2010

SAFETY first on Bonfire Night is the message from A&E doctors at Warrington Hospital.

Dad tackles European Parliament on autism

5:30pm Saturday 30th October 2010

A STOCKTON Heath man, whose son has autism, has attended the European Parliament to draw attention to a steep rise in the number of cases in the UK.

Haemophiliac speaks out over compo disappointment

3:30pm Saturday 30th October 2010

A HAEMOPHILIAC from Grappenhall has spoken of his disappointment after the Government rejected a motion to grant compensation to those infected with tainted NHS blood.

NHS chief says organisation still has 'significant challenge'

4:20pm Saturday 16th October 2010

NHS Warrington’s new chief executive will juggle the role while holding the top post at NHS Western Cheshire.

NHS Warrington joins stigma challenge

9:17am Friday 15th October 2010

NHS Warrington has backed a campaign that challenges mental health related stigma.

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