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Keep up to date with the latest news from NHS Kernow
It’s never too early or too late to reduce your risk of skin cancer. That’s the message from health experts this bank holiday weekend, as the sun is set to make another blistering appearance.
It’s the bank holiday and here's all you need to know about what to do if you fall ill this weekend.
The country’s most senior NHS mental health director has praised Cornwall for making sure that additional mental health investment is being used to improve the right services for people who need supp
Read our response to the Healthwatch survey on GP access in Cornwall here.
Health and care partners across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly have made strides as part of a system wide commitment to ensure people have a good death.
A widow has described getting married to her husband just hours before he died of cancer as “both the happiest and saddest day” of her life
This year’s Maternal Mental Health Matters Awareness Week (30 April – 6 May) shines a spotlight on the help available for women who develop a mental illness during pregnancy or within a year after gi
A GP is urging people across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to check their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes as part of National Diabetes Prevention Week. Diabetes Prevention Week runs from April
On Friday 6 April, the Shaping Our Future Transformation Board will meet at 10am at the Knowledge Spa in Truro. Members of the public are welcome to attend and listen to the discussion.
Health workers across the NHS in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are working this Easter to support you or your family if you become unwell during the long weekend and holiday.
Find out what the sort of injuries and ailments pharmacists are more likely to offer advice and treatment during the long Easter weekend and holiday.
An NHS Kernow business information analyst will swap number crunching for hiking hills in a bid to raise money for a charity helping women who have survived rape, domestic and sexual abuse.
Read our statement in response to Cornwall Council's press release stating it did not support the creation of an accountable care system.
Two women who have helped to transform care in Cornwall have been recognised with a royal invitation for people engaged in front line nursing.
Adverse weather is likely to affect local services today (2 March). Find out which services are affected.
Health heroes have been going the extra mile to ensure people get the care they need and stay safe as the county is battered by snow and freezing temperatures.
Public Health England (PHE) issues cold weather alerts and health warnings following the arrival of colder weather in some parts of England.
Staff across the NHS and social care are pulling out all the stops to ensure people can get the care they need after today’s snow fall.
No young person struggling with their gender identity or sexual orientation should feel alone. This is the message to young people living in Cornwall as NHS Kernow announces a new working partnership
Read our response to the Department of Health and Social Care's report on the prescribing of gluten free food.