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Charity launches virtual fitness classes for self-isolators with brain injuries
A brain injury charity has launched a series of online fitness classes for people with brain injuries in self-isolation.
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Adaptive exercise bikes significantly improve physical fitness in children with cerebral palsy, study reveals
A physiotherapy program involving running with adapted devices may improve the cardiorespiratory endurance of adolescents and young adults with cerebral
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Health and social care: How to correctly put on and remove personal protective clothing to prevent the spread of Coronavirus
Personal Protective Equipment – or PPE for short – is essential in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.
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Brain injury recovery guidelines misleading, say experts
Even the most minor brain injuries could require at least two weeks’ recovery, a major study has suggested.
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Parkinson’s disease and mental health: telephone therapy just as effective as routine treatments, says research
Managing the mental wellbeing of patients with Parkinson’s disease should be prioritised while vulnerable people go into Covid-19 lockdown, a
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Learning difficulties not caused by differences in specific brain regions, say scientists
Learning disabilities in children may be caused by how the brain is wired, rather than differences in particular brain regions,
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Women “underrepresented” in brain injury research, analysis reveals
Women are less likely to be represented in brain injury studies and could be receiving less effective treatments as a
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Coronavirus Preparedness Statement
We are committed to containing and delaying the spread of Coronavirus in the UK and so are considering steps to
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Parkinson’s study highlights importance of regular eye tests
Vision and eye problems, such as blurriness, dryness and trouble with depth perception, is more common in people with Parkinson’s
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“Resetting” brain cells could “minimise neurological impairment” in people with TBI
A revolutionary new treatment could “reset” immune cells to improve the outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injuries, scientists have
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Excessive screen time linked to behavioural problems in children, study reveals
Young children exposed to excessive screen time are at higher risk of physical and mental health problems in later life
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Cough medication could “slow down progression” of Parkinson’s disease, say experts
A common medication used to treat a cough could hold promise for people with Parkinson’s disease, a major study has
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