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Mud, sweat, and inspiration at Sheffield charity run

Wind and rain did not deter 100 runners from giving their all in a charity RunForit event last weekend, along the canal and through the Blackburn Meadows Nature Reserve.

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A Sheffield Telegraph roundtable on mental health and wellbeing

Telegraph roundtable: "More must be done to promote the early signs of mental health"

More needs to be done in Sheffield to promote the early signs of poor mental health in young people, build resilience and reduce the stigma around the subject.

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Research is looking at the barriers that put women off going for their smear test or why they ensure they keep up to date with their check.

Health: Why it’s important to face your fear and have your smear, ladies

Cervical cancer is the most common form of cancer in women under 35, with around nine women a day diagnosed with the disease in the UK.

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Two cafes will soon no longer be run by volunteers

Volunteers who raised thousands for the NHS will no longer run two Sheffield hospital cafes

A team of dedicated volunteers will no longer run two Sheffield hospital cafes.

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Graham, in happier times

Sheffield boxing hero Herol ‘Bomber’ Graham visited by Glyn Rhodes and Naseem Hamed in mental health unit

Boxing legend Herol ‘Bomber’ Graham is still being detained at a mental health institute and his future remains uncertain, says a friend of 40 years.

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Sheffield medical experts travel to India to help children with rare bone conditions
BONE experts from Sheffield Childrens Hospital travelled to India to give life-improving surgery to 40 children and provide advanced medical training to 85 medical staff.The volunteer team spent six days in Bengaluru, Southern India, to help underprivileged children with bone conditions who wouldnt otherwise be able to afford surgery. As well as operating on 40 children, the team provided professional opinions on the needs of a further 25 children.
This medical team included orthopaedic surgeons and theatre staff from Sheffield Childrens Hospital and physiotherapists from Barnsley Hospital.
The medical and surgical staff from Sheffield Childrens  who are world-renowned for their expertise - also went on to help develop a greater understanding of complex and rare conditions in the countrys medical community.
The Sheffield Childrens team helped 85 Indian medical staff gain a greater understanding of rare bone dysplasias

Medical experts from Steel City share their knowledge

A volunteer team of medical experts from Sheffield Children’s Hospital helped youngsters needing vital surgery during a mission of mercy to India.

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Top row L-R: Dominic French, John Offord
Bottom row L-R: Ged Flynn, Steve Rippin

Sheffield Telegraph Voices: Is enough being done to help our young people with their mental health?

Four columnists have given their views on the question: Is enough being done to help Sheffield's young people with their mental health?

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A bed bug

Health: Tips on how to keep pesky bed bugs away from your laundry

New research from the University of Sheffield has revealed that bed bugs are attracted to your dirty laundry.

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Chris Farrell, chief executive of Cavendish Cancer Care, in one of the new therapy rooms. Picture: Chris Etchells

Enabling cancer patients to live their lives to the fullest in Sheffield

"We're a bit like the AA or the RAC," says Chris Farrell, settling on a good analogy to describe how the Sheffield charity Cavendish Cancer Care approaches its work.

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Sheffield Hospitals named in the top three for healthier meals

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has been named as a top three NHS Trust excelling in healthy catering in the first ever catering for a healthier hospital top ten by Health Business magazine.

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Melinda Pagden who is offering staff massages for donations

Midwives’ massages to raise cash for Sheffield birthing pool appeal

Two midwives who have supported hundreds of women with their labour and births have been offering relaxing massages to staff in a bid to raise money for a major Sheffield Hospitals Charity appeal.

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Sheffield charity’s great work to tackle loneliness

Sheffield charity’s great work to tackle loneliness

Bringing people together to dispel loneliness is the aim of Ignite Imaginations, a project that is supporting activities across the city for people aged 50 plus.

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Gina Shergold and her daughter Esm�e

Widow launches new better living business after family trauma

Is 2018 going pretty much the same way as 2017 ended?

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GALLERY: Music to Remember in Sheffield

Nicola Garnett of Woodhouse and District Community Forum organised a trial “Music to Remember” event at the Salvation Army Hall, Woodhouse.

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The amount you sleep affects what you eat

The amount you sleep affects what you eat

Sleep study

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Free blood pressure check

Free blood pressure check

High blood pressure affects one in three adults in the UK and if left untreated, it can lead to heart problems, strokes and damage to other vital organs.

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Lee Noble and boxing well wishers, including Kell Brook, Kid Galahad and Billy Joe Saunders

Boxer Lee takes on fresh fight for life

Former Ingle boxer Lee Noble has undergone a bone marrow transplant as he fights for his life against leukaemia.

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Paul Leach was jailed after he admitted to secretly filming patients for his own sexual gratification

Perverted physiotherapist struck-off for secretly filming Sheffield patients

A perverted physiotherapist, who admitted to secretly filming patients at two Sheffield practices over a period of at least a year, has now been struck-off.

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Terri Bowden and her baby girl Wren

Brain haemorrhage survivor Terri says ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ as she describes recovery journey

People shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, I realise this now more than ever. On the outside I look completely fine, but on the inside it’s a completely different story.

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HEALTH: The benefits of yoga and meditation

Yoga and meditation are now mainstream ideas with more and more reasearch being undertaken regarding their benefits.

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