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A SOLIHULL mother whose heart stopped for two minutes after a cardiac arrest had her life saved by a quick-thinking leisure centre worker.
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.
Aviation minister meets airlines and allergy sufferers to improve flying for those with nut allergies
Government wants to see improved clarity and consistency in how the sector deals with allergies.
Meet Simba, London Fire Brigade’s newest four-legged recruit with a nose for sniffing out the causes of fires.
Scientists we fund at Kingston University and St George's, University of London, in collaboration with Swansea University and the University of Leeds, are to carry out a study to establish the best way to diagnose people suspected of a having a heart attack.
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.
A young dad who almost died after suffering a cardiac arrest on a night out in Cardiff has criticised pub-goers for taking videos of him instead of coming to his aid.
When 15-year-old Ethan Askew started to feel ill in a sports class, he went to tell his teacher and collapsed into his arms - he'd stopped breathing. And it was his Dad who used the school's newly installed defibrillator to help save his life.
An amateur footballer has been reunited with a South Western Ambulance Service “hero” paramedic and two members of the public who saved his life when he had a cardiac arrest whilst driving.
A footballer who nearly died when he suffered a cardiac arrest during a competitive match says that he owes his life to the fact that there were people at the game who had been trained in CPR.