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JK Rowling donates £15.3 million to MS and Parkinson’s clinic
The esteemed author JK Rowling has donated £15.3 million to support research into degenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s, MS and
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Just one brain injury increases risk of dementia, say scientists
A single brain injury can increase the risk of developing dementia for the rest of the patient’s life, a major
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Adults with cerebral palsy twice as likely to develop heart and lung diseases, research suggests
People with cerebral palsy are twice as likely to develop heart and lung diseases, a new study has revealed.
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Charity calls for better safety in sport after cricket concussion scare
All sports should seriously consider the impact of head injuries and concussion and make changes to improve safety protocols, a
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People with disabilities missing out on tax break, says charity
A huge number of drivers with disabilities may be missing out on a generous tax break, a charity has warned.
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Regulator highlights discrimination against people with ‘hidden disabilities’
A regulator has called on local councils to check that they are not discriminating against people with ‘hidden disabilities’.
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‘Smartwatch’ to revolutionise Parkinson’s care, say researchers
Scientists believe that a smartwatch could significantly improve the wellbeing and medical care of people with Parkinson’s disease.
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Early MRI scans can be used to predict physical and cognitive ability in later life in people with MS, study
Early MRI scans can be used to predict the long-term prognosis of a patient with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS), a
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Scientists hail innovative new TBI treatment
A new treatment could prevent brain damage after traumatic brain injury (TBI), a study has revealed.
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National scheme to offer free cinema tickets to people with an ABI
People living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) may be entitled to free cinema tickets by signing up to a
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New campaign launched to help protect vulnerable people from fraud
Headway, the leading authority on brain injury support, had backed a new campaign designed to improve financial services and fraud
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Extended Blue Badge scheme set to go into effect from August this year
The extended Blue Badge parking scheme for people with “hidden disabilities” will go into effect from 30 August 2019, it
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