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Shortness of breath “could indicate” early signs of Parkinson’s disease, say experts
Changes in the way you breathe, such as shortness of breath and shallow breathing, could be an early sign of
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Criminal gangs forced young people to impersonate nurses to deliver drugs, police reveal
Young people exploited by county lines gangs have been impersonating “essential workers” to deliver illegal drugs throughout the coronavirus pandemic,
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Study links brain injuries to increased risk of depression and dementia
Repeated exposure to head injuries while young is linked to an increased risk of developing depression and dementia in later
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Serious failings at charity exposed children in care to harm, investigation reveals
Failures at the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) exposed children in care to harm and undue risk, a
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Young people with cerebral palsy “twice as likely” to develop asthma, study reveals
Young people with cerebral palsy and/or other developmental disabilities are more than twice as likely to develop asthma compared to
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Approved mental health drug could be used to prevent damage after brain injury, study reveals
A drug currently used to treat mental illness may be able to reduce swelling and prevent further damage after suffering
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Young man with cerebral palsy raises thousands for charity by playing songs on piano
A young man with cerebral palsy has raised more than £5,000 for his school by learning and playing 100 pieces
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Young girl subject to years of cruelty after rushed special guardianship assessment
A local authority has been criticised after a rushed special guardianship assessment left a young girl to suffer years of
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Artificial intelligence could identify brain injuries faster than traditional methods, say scientists
Artificial intelligence (AI) could be used to detect brain injury and recommend personalised treatments faster than traditional methods, it has
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Yoga and occupational therapy may boost mood and mobility in Parkinson’s patients, study reveals
Yoga and occupational therapy may boost mood and mobility and encourage social activity in people with Parkinson’s disease, a major
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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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