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People “may be born” with Parkinson’s disease, landmark study reveals
New research suggests that people who develop Parkinson’s disease before the age of 50 may have been born with the
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Blue light therapy increases “speed of recovery” in brain trauma patients
“Blue light therapy” may help adults recover from concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries faster, a major study has revealed.
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New technology “significantly” improves working lives for people with spinal cord injuries
Revolutionary new technology could significantly improve the working lives of people with spinal cord injuries, it has been claimed.
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Virtual reality “significantly improves” motor function in people with cerebral palsy
Virtual reality (VR) programmes can improve motor and limb function in young people with cerebral palsy, a major study has
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UK sporting body to ban ‘heading of the ball’ after brain injury study
The Scottish Football Association (SFA) is expected to be the first major European sporting body to ban children from heading
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Patients with rare progressive conditions misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, study reveals
Up to 10,000 people in the UK could be living with ‘super rare’ neurological disorders, a major new study has
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Young people with cerebral palsy report “better quality of life”
More young adults with cerebral palsy report a better quality of life than ever before, a new study has revealed.
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Scientists believe discovery could lead to faster diagnosis of motor neurone disease
Motor neurone disease (MND) could be linked to an imbalance of cholesterol, a major study has revealed.
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Half of homeless people have traumatic brain injury, study reveals
Around one in two homeless people live with a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a major new study has revealed.
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Common drug holds hidden promise for people with spinal cord injury
A common drug used to treat nerve pain may hold hidden potential for people with spinal cord injury, a major
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Footballing body plans temporary substitutions for suspected concussion
Temporary concussion substitutions could be introduced in football from as early as 2020, it has been revealed.
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Spinal injury patients at higher risk of stroke, sleep study reveals
Poor sleep and associated fatigue pose a serious risk to people with spinal cord injuries, a major new study has
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