Pair who survived horrific roadside crash open charity shop - August 8, 2017
A married couple who previously suffered devastating brain injuries in a high-speed collision have opened a charity shop.
Strength training has protective effect on brains of people with multiple sclerosis, study finds - August 3, 2017
Resistance training – such as strength and weight training – has been shown to slow the progression of multiple sclerosis and other diseases, the Daily Mail has reported.
Warwickshire man with cerebral palsy to tackle Everest on horseback - August 1, 2017
Max Stainton, who was born with cerebral palsy, has set up the Riding Everest project which will see him climb Mount Everest on horseback.
Scientists from the University of Edinburgh hope that a breakthrough study could pave the way for new treatments for people with spinal cord injuries, the BBC has reported.
Cases of those who have suffered serious brain injuries being accused of being drunk – and even arrested on occasion – have prompted a new initiative to protect people from unfair assumptions.
Children with cerebral palsy “often have pain that is overlooked by therapists and caregivers”, the publication Cerebral Palsy News Today has reported.
A football fan, who has been left with a permanent brain injury after an unprovoked attack following a game over two years ago, has been described as “a thoroughly decent man.”
Medical questionnaires could empower MS patients - July 13, 2017
Research, carried out by Imperial College and University Medical Centre Göttingen, has found that patient questionnaires could help predict future Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms and empower patients.
The Princess of York was recently invited to open a state-of-the-art spinal cord facility.
Traumatic brain injuries can nearly double the risk of developing dementia, a new study has claimed.