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Sheffield Wednesday: Special Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity shirts up for auction

The Owls' FA Cup fifth round home shirts, displaying the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity logo, are now available for auction.

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Members of Goodgym, pictured just before they set out on their weekly run. Picture: Marie Caley NSST Goodgym MC 1

Meet the Sheffield runners putting good deeds at the heart of keeping fit

All runners know how difficult it can be sometimes to drag yourself out of the house.

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Service users in south west Sheffield now face a 16-mile round trip to East Glade Centre in Birley after Argyll House was closed down.

NHS trust 'banking on people being too ill to object to changes' to Sheffield mental health services

A mental health service user has criticised a Sheffield NHS trust for 'banking on people being too ill to object to changes'.
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Eating your way to a healthier life

How many times a month do you eat fast food? Surely no more than three times a month, says Thomas Clay.

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Graham Royle looks over the plans for the new MRI scanner at Sheffield Children's Hospital with Chris Heafeyand Mark Haines from the radiology department, Chief executive John Somers and charity director David Vernon-Edwards

Swifter diagnosis for Sheffield children’s hospital patients

Young patients at Sheffield Children’s Hospital who could be suffering from cancer or epilepsy will soon be getting an even faster diagnosis and treatment thanks to a new state-of-the-art scanner.

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SHOWDOWN: Blades and Owls to go head to head

Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United football clubs are set for another showdown, but this time it’s in support of South Yorkshire’s only children’s hospice.

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Phil Holmes, director of adult services at Sheffield City Council. Picture: Marie Caley

Star Interview: ‘I don’t feel paralysed – we have to do the right thing’, says Sheffield Council’s social care chief

“I feel quite a sense of pressure.”

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National Eating Disorder Awareness Week commences February 26.

Why wait? Eating Disorder Awareness Week

In the UK, there are currently 1.6 million people suffering with an eating disorder. Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2018 is between February 26 and March 4. What can you do to help?
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New operation suite opens

A new Minor Operations Suite has opened at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

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Sir Andrew Cash, Chief Executive, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust speaking at the launch of Northern General Hospital's helipad appeal.

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals chief to retire after 16 years in post

The chief executive of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals is to retire after almost four decades in the NHS.

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REVEALED: Sheffield NHS spends £340,000 on translators

Health bosses have spent almost £350,000 on translators in the NHS in Sheffield in the past year.

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Pride in our NHS: New state-of-the-art operations suite opens at Sheffield hospital

Pride in our NHS: New state-of-the-art operations suite opens at Sheffield hospital

A new state-of-the-art minor operations suite has opened at a Sheffield Hospital.
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Sheffield nursery praised after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors

Sheffield nursery praised after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors

Staff and children at a Sheffield nursery are celebrating after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors.

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More ambulances are waiting over 30 minutes to handover patients to A&E in Sheffield

More ambulances are waiting over 30 minutes outside A&E for patient handover, figures show.
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Mae Fox with her operation anniversary cake

Mae Fox marks fourth anniversary of operation to help her to walk

It's been a tough year  - but Doncaster youngster Mae Fox's family have celebrated the fourth anniversary of an operation that has helped her to walk.

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Marie’s big thank-you to Doncaster hospice

Marie’s big thank-you to Doncaster hospice

The care and kindness extended to her nan while receiving hospice care at Doncaster, prompted her grand-daughter to want to do something in return.

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Volunteers needed for The Macular Society in Doncaster

Sight loss charity calls for help from Doncaster residents

A leading sight loss charity is calling for volunteers to help out at a support group for people with macular disease.

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Mud, sweat, and inspiration at Sheffield charity run

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 gallery of photos showcasing the life of families of babies born on a Sheffield special care unit is now on display. The documentary style photography captures the relatives and the babies on the Jessop Neonatal Special Care Unit, and is the collection is now on display at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Jessop Wing.

Exhibition celebrates care at Sheffield maternity wing

A gallery of photos showcasing the life of families of babies born on a Sheffield special care unit is now on display.

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IT'S A MATCH! - '10/10' donor match found for brave Sheffield girl with life-threatening 'one in a million' condition

IT'S A MATCH! - '10/10' donor match found for brave Sheffield girl with life-threatening 'one in a million' condition

A poorly Sheffield girl with a 'one in a million' illness has been handed a life line thanks to a complete stranger.
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