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Tackling suicide with AI and a blether

Brothers in Arms want men to talk freely about mental health

Rona’s dad’s car sparks memories at Riverside Museum

TV presenter's dad donates cherished Talbot Avenger Estate

Good health … stepping out at Hamiltonhill Claypits

Walks will take place on the last Friday of summer months

Adrian smashes target in fight against MND

Businessman was inspired by his brother Brian who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2018

'He was one of the smartest people I've known'

Father's Day event to raise money for MND Scotland

Bill Mann and Sarah: A father's dementia, a daughter's love

Book's moving insight into illness that afflicted Glasgow philanthropist and businessman

'I never fail to be amazed at the effects of spring on health'

'This year the sense of hope that comes with longer days and spring flowers blooming is more welcome than ever'

Eusebi's cooks up way to fight male cancer with meatballs

Throughout April – Testicular Cancer Awareness Month – £1 from every portion of meatballs sold by the cafe will go towards the charity.

Broomhill practice first to offer new children's eye treatment

Morven Campbell at Iris Blue Optical in Broomhill says a new lens can slow down the condition.

'You can contact your GP to discuss any mental health issue'

Glasgow GP Dr Isabelle Cullen writes about family health matters in a new blog.

GP services are prepared for Christmas and New Year

Glasgow GP Dr Isabelle Cullen writes about family health matters in a new blog.

Alcohol use rose during lockdown, but smoking declined, say Glasgow experts

Researchers suggest effective measures are required to mitigate adverse impacts on health during lockdowns designed to combat the virus.

'I owe my life to research. I've done really well and I have two beautiful daughters'

A father-of-two who has lived with chronic myeloid leukaemia for 15 years is calling on men and women in Glasgow to raise funds for cancer research by completing a socially-distanced Race For Life 5K on Saturday September 26.

Life saver … Sainsbury's installs 'talking' defibrillator outside its store in Hyndland

The position means the life-saving device can be accessed 24/7 and not just when the supermarket is open.

'Woodside has changed my father’s life ... his quality of life has improved greatly'

Service users enjoy activities such as armchair bowls, dominos, bingo, yoga, quizzes, arts and crafts and outings.

Finnieston venue to host ‘daytime’ rave for 'partygoers' who prefer an early rise

The event is designed for party-goers craving a new and clean experience, where cocktails are swapped for coffee and porridge.

Artists join forces to help raise £100,000 for Partick mum-of-three battling cancer

Claire Bothwell, 40, who is married with three young children, has been diagnosed with two types of cancer.

'I've lost 11 kilograms since I started this baby-friendly class just two months ago'

The hall at the Western Baths on Hillhead has space for prams and easy access via a door on to the street.

'My friends were helped by this charity' - Lord Provost Eva's emotional cancer plea

Lord Provost Bolander highlights research which shows “customers value companies that support organisations like yours”.

'He loved a laugh…he loved people' - how the spirit of musician Fraser Shaw lives on

Tickets are on sale for ShawFest which takes place at St Peter's Hall in Partick in September.

Morrisons staff at Anniesland hand over £10,000 to West End-based cancer charity

Cancer Support Scotland receives a major donation from the Morrisons Foundation, presented by Catherine McRoberts from the company's Anniesland branch

Video: Lorraine Kelly cheers on Broomhill cyclist Katie ahead of world records bid

Graeme Obree and Colin Gregor are among other top names throwing their support behind Katie Ford, who has epilepsy.

'I just want to see my son's face' - runner Jay's £25,000 appeal to help save his sight

Knightswood runner is hoping cutting-edge treatment can save enough of his sight to allow him to see his son's face again.

'We are lucky to have great volunteers' - West End-based charity wins top award

Cancer Support Scotland wins a national hallmark for excellence in how volunteers working for an organisation are inspired and managed.

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