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One in three children face poverty in wake of coronavirus pandemic, major study reveals
Almost one in three children are facing poverty in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a major study has revealed.
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Accidental trips and falls now the “leading cause” of traumatic brain injuries worldwide, study reveals
Accidental trips and falls in later life are now the leading cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) worldwide, a major
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One in 20 young people in children’s homes feel “unsafe”, Ofsted study reveals
One in 20 young people in children’s homes “do not feel safe” where they live or stay, a major study
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Intense exercise linked with increased risk of motor neurone disease in “genetically at-risk individuals”
Intense exercise may increase the risk of developing motor neurone disease (MND) in “genetically at-risk individuals”, a major study has
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SEND children disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Ofsted reveals
Children and young people with special education needs and disabilities (SEND) have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, a
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First new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease for nearly 20 years approved by US Regulator
The first new treatment for dementia for nearly two decades has been approved by US regulators, it has been announced.
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Under 18s accommodation to face less scrutiny than children’s homes under new social care plans
Accommodation for 16 and 17-year-olds will face less scrutiny than children’s homes despite urgent calls to improve standards, it has
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Former footballer challenges public to take part in ‘ice foot challenge’ to raise money for motor neurone disease research
A former professional footballer is challenging the public to take part in a new challenge to raise money for motor
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New bicycle helmet test could mitigate or prevent traumatic brain injuries, study reveals
New research into the effectiveness of bicycle helmets could reduce the number of brain injuries among riders, it has been
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Children with SEND “not getting enough help” to support development, study reveals
Children with Special Education Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) are “not getting enough help” to support their development, a major study
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“Breakthrough” technology may help people with Motor Neuron Disease communicate for longer, study reveals
A revolutionary new technology may allow people with motor neuron disease to communicate later into the progression of the disease,
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Female footballers “twice as likely” to suffer from concussion, study reveals
Girls who play contact sports are more likely to suffer from concussion than men, a major study has revealed. The
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