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She delights millions of TV viewers every week - and now actress Pam Ferris has spread some cheer in Sheffield by becoming the newest patron of a city charity.
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Ethical issues at end of life are not primarily medical or science issues but social, legal, religious, and cultural.
The group is in need of donations, sponsorships and fundraising to expanding its educational efforts while continuing to care for and feed the animals.
UNIQUE CHARITY: Dinas Powis Rotary Club President, Tony Stephens, hands over a cheque to Lynda Francis for Ty Hafan.
Stafford's Katharine House Hospice been given a boost of over A 2,400 as part of A 23,000 donated to hospices around the county by Staffordshire Freemasons.
A group of doctors including a surgeon and a professor of neurology have spoken out in support a bill legalising assisted suicide.
A former Hinchingbrooke Hospital nurse put a cancer patient's life at risk by failing to make some basic checks, a conduct hearing was told.
The event at the weekend brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to Tyneside and raised A 65,000 for St Oswald's Hospice A touch of glamour was brought to Tyneside as hundreds of revellers helped raise more than A 60,000 for a charity providing vital hospice care.
Filming has been carried out at Brian House, on Low Moor Road, Bispham, for a 30 second advert which it is hoped will raise awareness of hospices and their volunteers across the country.
VIDEOS: Health hasn't received a great deal of political attention this election, but it remains one of the most important issues to voters.
When Cheryl Lamb, of Vestal, watched her mixed Labrador retriever, Bart, go through his end stages of lymphoma she wanted him to be comfortable in his final days at home.
Mesilla Valley Hospice Executive Director and CEO Jean Briley poses inside one of the new assisted living rooms at the facility, located on Montana Avenue.
Corticosteroids are a potent group of medicines, with many adverse effects, that are widely prescribed in palliative care for both specific and non-specific indications.
Fresh air, spring flowers and beautiful views - what better way to start your Sunday than taking part in The Myton Hospices Rugby Race and Fun Run? The charity will be holding the event on Sunday March 16 and is calling on the people of Rugby and the surrounding area to take part and raise money for their local hospice.
"For the past 20 years, Doreen has met the needs of individuals and their families in the challenges of illness and loss through her work as a clinical nurse specialist in palliative care, and as a loss and grief counselor and lecturer," said Scott Bradley, managing partner and owner of Bradley Funeral Homes and CFLT.