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A seven-year-old boy who had to have his heart restarted after he went into cardiac arrest has thanked the paramedics who saved his life.
BBC Breakfast: Lynne Regent talks about the food labelling consultation which closes on the 29th March 2019
Lynne Regent, CEO of the Anaphylaxis Campaign, spoke to BBC Breakfast about the Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs consultation on the proposed amendments to the domestic Food Information Regulations.
Stephanie talks to us about how glitter has helped her educate children all about severe allergies in her bid to improve allergy awareness in schools
In July of 2016, Stephanie and her family made the big move from Canada to Cardiff. For anyone, moving across oceans and time zones is an adjustment but for Stephanie there was another element to consider, her son William’s severe allergies.
As families and young children across Kent and Medway prepare to get dressed up for trick or treat activity this evening, Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) has released a Halloween animation with some seasonal tips so everyone can be #HalloweenSmart, to ensure it's Spooktacular fun.
Families across Kent and Medway look set to live safer lives thanks to the help of a new cartoon family called ‘The Byrnes Family’, which was officially unveiled at the Kent County Show by Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) on Friday 6th July 2018.
The headteacher who saved a four-year-old’s life by administering CPR when her heart stopped, says “it was three and a half minutes before she took a breath”.
The Oasis Academy John Williams student rushed to help a classmate who was injured Oasis Academy John Williams student rushed to help a classmate who was injured
As of this week, all newly qualified Level 2 and 3 entrants to the early years workforce must have a Paediatric First Aid (PFA) certificate within three months of starting work.