Comedian Peter Kay has jumped ‘on board’ a new service to make water based activities more accessible for people with disabilities.
A women’s group is helping members to protect their mental health and wellbeing after they believe their gender is becoming increasingly “competitive”.
A BBC radio presenter has completed a 100 miles (161 km) trek to raise money for a local mental health charity.
A mother expecting twins was shocked when she gave birth to a baby with two heads, three hands and two hearts.
Research shows thousands of disabled people can’t afford their energy bills with the number expected to double this year.
Dr Alex George has announced he will be speaking to students to discuss how social media is affecting their mental health.
Christian Horner, Red Bull’s team principal, has commended his competitor Toto Wolff for going public with his mental health struggles.
A couple from Dover are spending thousands of pounds out of their own bank account so they can accommodate a disabled Ukrainian refugee and his family.
The Camden and Islington NHS foundation trust (C&I) has announced it has stopped its 24/7 recordings of mental health patients in their bedrooms because the system is distressing women who have been victims of sexual abuse.
Britain’s James Whitely has finished eighth on the last day of Beijing’s Winter Paralympics in the men’s standing slalom event.
Ollie Hill has won Britain’s first Paralympic snowboard medal in the banked slalom LL2 event at the in Beijing.
We all know a dog with a waggly tail is a sign of happiness, but what are the signs to show if a pooch is in distress?
China has excelled in the men’s snowboard cross UL (upper limb) event at the Winter Paralympics with 19-year-old Ji Lijia (pictured above) beating team-mates Wang Pengyao and Zhu Yonggang at the Genting Snow Park near Beijing.