A new study programme at Coventry University is set to become the first in the country to offer an accredited qualification to practitioners working in the cosmetic enhancement industry.
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Anna Rose brings news of National Vegetarian Week and some thoughts on how easy it is to explore epicurian serendipity.
Birmingham LGBT has added a new sports and fitness studio to its thriving Health and Wellbeing Centre in Birmingham’s Southside district.
Laurence Inman is a lot fitter than he looks. Certainly fit enough to assault his telly – again!
My Time CIC, a social enterprise owned by service users in inner city Birmingham, has helped thousands of people overcome mental health issues by offering a variety of learning opportunities.
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
This summer Birmingham’s Southside district will be getting in touch with its inner Chi with a programme of uplifting Tai Chi classes in the Arcadian.
Birmingham-based Cure Leukaemia has announced record financial results that will see the charity double the amount of funding for research nurses in the West Midlands.
In July 2013, two colleagues from the University of Birmingham will attempt the gruelling challenge of cycling from London to Paris in under four days
A Wombourne inventor is enjoying global success after creating a new animal innovation that could prevent over 1 million dog bites ever year.
An academic based at the University of Wolverhampton has been awarded a Winston Churchill Travel fellowship in the area of medicine and health.
Gardeners are being urged to create bee-friendly gardens and play their part in safeguarding these threatened pollinators
A quick trip down the pub has turned into the challenge of a lifetime for four novice runners from the Black Country.
Sir Ian Kennedy is inviting breast cancer patients who were treated by surgeon, Mr Ian Paterson, at Solihull Hospital to an open meeting
A&E departments at Heartlands and Good Hope Hospitals remain under pressure this week and doctors are urging people to consider alternatives if their case is not urgent.
The innovative Laughing for A Change project has been awarded a Time to Change grant to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in Birmingham.
As the demand for meat rises inexorably, Anna Rose explains why this doesn’t have to be the case.
Fifteen schools from across Birmingham have been awarded with Health for Life certification
Annual deaths related to heroin and morphine are continuing to drop significantly, falling from 41 per cent of total drug-related deaths in the UK in 2010 to 32 per cent in 2011