April 25 2014 Latest news:
Sufferers of chronic migraine have been given fresh hope after a Norfolk hospital became the first in the region to use Botox to treat patients on the NHS.
A charity is offering thousands of people affected by macular degeneration in Norwich the chance to learn skills to maintain their independence.
The rise of mobile phones may have accelerated their decline, but an innovative scheme in Southwold has given one old red telephone box a new lease of life.
More than 100 guests gathered at a day services centre in Dereham to celebrate the success of a new “social enterprise” model to help people with learning difficulties.
The head of a social enterprise has spoken of his hope of expanding Norfolk and Suffolk’s care farm network after being “inundated” with mental health referrals.