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Vulnerable children to be offered coronavirus vaccine under new Government guidance
Vulnerable young people have been advised to take the coronavirus vaccination when offered later this year. The announcement comes after
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Vulnerable children “taken to wrong school” by local authority transport service
Vulnerable children under the care of a local authority were “taken to the wrong school” at the start of the
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“State-of-the-art” blood test can match MRI scans in detecting brain injury, study reveals
A new, “state-of-the-art” blood test can identify the extent of brain damage in people who have suffered a traumatic brain
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Rugby players at risk of brain injury after just one year, study reveals
Professional rugby players are at risk of cognitive impairment after just one year of competing, a major study has revealed.
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Vulnerable young people and older adults to be offered Covid-19 booster vaccine, Government confirms
People over the age of 50 and vulnerable young adults with underlying health conditions will be offered a COVID-19 booster
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Eight in 10 with spinal cord injury use complementary or integrative healthcare approaches despite associated risk
Eight in 10 people with a spinal cord injury use complementary or integrative healthcare approaches despite concerns around the safety
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Children’s social care sector at risk as councils face £3 billion funding gap
Local authorities providing children’s social care are facing a £3 billion funding gap in the next financial year, a major
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Young athletes “more susceptible” to brain damage after concussion, major study reveals
Young athletes are more susceptible to brain damage after receiving a blow to the head, a major study has revealed.
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Disabled people and carers to benefit from new employment rights under National Disability Strategy, Government reveals
Millions of disabled people in employment or seeking work will benefit from new employment rights, the Government has revealed. It
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What are the earliest symptoms of motor neurone disease?
Scientists are raising awareness of motor neurone disease amid concerns that few are aware of the earliest symptoms to look
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Social care workers to undertake mandatory autism training in response to concerns that children on the spectrum are being “left
Social care workers will receive mandatory autism training amid concerns that children on the spectrum are being “left behind”. The
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Brain disease expert appointed as ministerial adviser on concussion in sport
The Government has appointed brain disease expert Laurence Geller as the new ministerial adviser on concussion in sport, it has
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