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Vitamin D supplements key to combating common cold

A daily dose of sunshine via Vitamin D pills keeps coughs and colds at bay, according to new research.

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EDF Energy have raised �20,000 for The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.

A zinger of a donation for Glasgow Hospice

A new friendship was forged with plenty of fun and frolics when Zingy and Harvey met at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow.

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Tesco roll out Community Food Connections Scheme into southside

Tesco wants charities to register for free food scheme

Tesco and FareShare are calling on charities and community groups in and around Glasgow to register for an exciting scheme which sees surplus food become meals for people in need.

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The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Anti-abortion group plan a 40-day vigil in Glasgow

A controversial anti-abortion group are planning to hold a ‘vigil’ at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

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Claims have been made mismanagement has caused cancelled operations.

Over a thousand ops cancelled last year

Over a thousand operations were cancelled in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde last year because hospitals could not cope with demand.

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Russell Macmillan of ERGC explains why he does what he does on this video.

Russell Macmillan of ERGC explains why he does what he does on this video.

The philanthropic founder of East Ren Good Causes took some time out of his hectic schedule to explain to the congregation at Stamperland Parish Church the ethos behind what he does.

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Bonnyton House deal is up in the air with local elections looming in May.

Bonnyton House deal creates funding gap

The failed sale of Bonnyton House has forced East Ren Council into allocating £425,000 in the budget to prop up the Health & Social Care Partnership.

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Gary MacLean cooking it up for some of the day services patients. Pic courtesy of: Martin Shields

Masterchef’s Gary gets stuck in

BBC TV’s Masterchef: The Professionals winner Gary Maclean took time out from his hectic schedule to serve lunch to patients at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

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(From L-R) Richard Spratt CEO Fields of Life,  Peter Vardy CEO and Deborah Cameron Head of Fundraising.

Glasgow based car dealership Peter Vardy’s charity initiative will support 5,000 vulnerable children in East Africa

Peter Vardy is committing itself to a major aid project worth £1.26m to feed, educate and clothe vulnerable children in East Africa.

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The Royal College of Midwives is concerned about growing pressures on Scotland's maternity services.

Maternity services facing rising demand

Scotland’s maternity services are buckling under the pressure of rising demand, according to the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).

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Call for better support for tinnitus sufferers

Call for better support for tinnitus sufferers

The boss of a Glasgow clinic which deals with the often misunderstood condition Tinnitus is calling on GPs to do all they can to help sufferers.

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Four women take on the MoonWalk Scotland.

Go wild at The MoonWalk Scotland jungle theme

Walk the Walk is encouraging people to make one final New Year’s resolution which will make a real difference to others.

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Campaign focus on dangers of drink

Campaign focus on dangers of drink

Drinkaware took its campaign to raise awareness of the dangers associated with consuming too much alcohol to ASDA, Newton Mearns.

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A final Stobhill bow for dedicated doctor

A pioneering doctor who grew up in the grounds of Stobhill has taken his last clinic in the hospital he’s worked in for more than 30 years.

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Cabinet Secretary for Health Shona Robison.

Something to smile about as dental registrations rise

NHS dental registrations in Scotland are up by 2 million in the last 10 years according to new statistics published this morning.

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Cancer Research UK Unity Bands.

Scots urged to unite for World Cancer Day

Scots are being asked to unite on World Cancer Day (Saturday, February 4) to help beat cancer sooner.

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Cervical screening is at a 10-year low while the number of deaths from cervical cancer has increased by 24 per cent.

Concern as cancer screening hits 10-year low

The number of deaths from cervical cancer has increased by 24 per cent while the number of women attending cervical screening has reached a 10-year low, a national charity has warned.

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The poison was left on the ground

Warning to pet owners after two suspected dog poisonings

The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after receiving two unrelated reports of poison being found.

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Scots can beat the blues with simple steps

Scots can beat the blues with simple steps

A major charity initiative is urging families across Scotland to take action to combat the ‘January blues’ by taking simple steps which will also help to protect their long-term physical health.

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Helping to tackle sexual assault myths

Helping to tackle sexual assault myths

A campaign to tackle myths around rape has received funding from the Scottish Government.

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