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Hero teacher saves stricken husband’s life

Hero teacher saves stricken husband’s life

Hero teacher saves stricken husband’s life

A Rutland teacher who performed CPR to save her stricken husband after he suffered a cardiac arrest is urging everyone to learn life-saving skills


Patients back move to reduce prescriptions for minor conditions

Patients back move to reduce prescriptions for minor conditions

Patients back move to reduce prescriptions for minor conditions

GPs will no longer provide prescriptions for medications and treatments which are available to buy over the counter


Call for support in dealing with PTSD

Call for support in dealing with PTSD

Call for support in dealing with PTSD

Retired college lecturer is looking to set up recovery centres around the country including in Rutland


Life-changing chance for Layla

Life-changing chance for Layla

Life-changing chance for Layla

A schoolgirl will be given a new lease of life after hearing she qualifies for life-changing surgery


Heart attack kit card scheme launched

Heart attack kit card scheme launched

Heart attack kit card scheme launched

Community leaders are to tell everybody in Uppingham how to use a defibrillator - declaring it could be a case of life and death


Councillor says closure of Ketton surgery "disappointing"

Councillor says closure of Ketton surgery "disappointing"

Councillor says closure of Ketton surgery "disappointing"

Councillor Gordon Brown says group of residents against the closure will have to consider position


Uppingham Surgery’s Ketton branch to close

Uppingham Surgery’s Ketton branch to close

Uppingham Surgery’s Ketton branch to close

A decision has been reached to close Ketton Branch Surgery following a public consultation


Responders presented with Baby Anne doll

Responders presented with Baby Anne doll

Responders presented with Baby Anne doll

Deepings First Responders have a new training aid that could help save the lives of young children


Schoolgirl needs to raise £25,000 for life-changing op

Schoolgirl needs to raise £25,000 for life-changing op

Schoolgirl needs to raise £25,000 for life-changing op

Layla James has cerebral palsy which makes day-to-day living difficult and painful


Patients asked to share views on out-of-hours healthcare services

Patients asked to share views on out-of-hours healthcare services

Patients asked to share views on out-of-hours healthcare services

Patients are being asked for their views on out-of-hours healthcare services, as the local NHS looks to make improvements to services


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