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Major football body launches brain injury support group
A major football body is launching an advisory group to help former athletes who have developed neurodegenerative conditions seek treatment
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Air pollution increases risk of Parkinson’s disease, study reveals
Just a small amount of air pollution could raise the risk of developing a neurodegenerative disorder, such as Parkinson’s disease,
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Detecting frailty early may “reduce risk of dementia”, study suggests
Detecting frailty early may help reduce the risk of dementia or delay its onset, a major study has revealed.
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DWP confirm major changes to Personal Independence Payment assessment after Supreme Court ruling
Disabled people who were ineligible to claim enhanced Personal Independence Payments (PIP) because they were considered not to need “social
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Simple skin test could significantly speed up Parkinson’s disease diagnosis times, study reveals
A “simple skin test” could more accurately identify Parkinson’s disease than existing, more complex methods, a major study has revealed.
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New device could significantly speed up brain injury diagnosis, study reveals
A new device could diagnose traumatic brain injuries in a matter of seconds, a major study has revealed.
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Local authorities “failing to comply” with statutory kinship guidance
A significant number of children’s social care providers are failing to comply with statutory kinship guidance, a major report has
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Childcare arrangements allowed to proceed despite Covid-19 lockdown measures
Informal childcare and caring arrangements will be allowed to continue even when Covid-19 local lockdown measures are in force, it
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Highways England to transform roads and services for disabled people
Major reforms have been announced to make roads and motorways more accessible for users of British Sign Language (BSL) and
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Government to invest £546 million into social care to restrict spread of Covid-19
More than half a billion pounds will be invested into social care services to prevent the spread of the coronavirus
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Children’s Commissioner calls to end unregulated care placements for under-18s
The Children’s Commissioner for England has called on councils to stop placing young people in care in unregulated accommodation.
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Ofsted to resume visits to children’s social care providers this month
Ofsted will resume visits to local authorities and children’s social care providers this month in line with public health guidelines,
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