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Medical cannabis: Cardiff parents of boy with epilepsy demand oil – BBC News

The parents of a 17-year-old boy with severe epilepsy will join 15 other families in Westminster to…

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BMI, but not age at puberty, tied to risk of multiple sclerosis – Science Daily

Some studies have suggested that people who are younger when they enter puberty are more likely to…

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People Flash Their Odd Socks On World Down’s Syndrome Day – HuffPost UK

World Down’s Syndrome Day is a chance to celebrate the lives of people with Down’s syndrome and…

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Youngsters discover the challenges of living with visual impairments – Devon Live

Living with a visual impairment was the focus for students at Blundell’s School last week. Ten students who…

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Scientists identify gene partnerships that promote spinal cord regeneration – Phys.org

Researchers are one step closer to solving the mystery of why some vertebrates can regenerate their spinal…

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Intimacy and Multiple Sclerosis: A Lesson in Discovery – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Living with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis is a lesson in discovery. I strive to manage life with…

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‘The House of Extraordinary People’ Cast Member Responds to Criticism – The Mighty

A new British TV series, “The House of Extraordinary People,” premiered March 18 on Channel 5, and…

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My Birth Control Injections Have Restored My Quality of Life – Muscular Dystrophy News

The time when a girl’s body matures into that of a young woman isn’t how it’s portrayed…

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Construction has begun on new homes for people with learning disabilities – Dorset Echo

Work on the development of five new homes for people with learning disabilities has started in Dorchester. The…

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Video of deaf blue-eyed Ghanaian girl hearing sounds for the first time emerges – Legit.ng

A video of little girl named Chogtaa whose curative operation for dumbness and deafness made headlines in…

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Watch Leicester mum’s heartfelt video for World Down Syndrome Day – Leicestershire Live

  This week saw World Down Syndrome Day held to raise awareness globally…

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Performing arts student with Cerebal Palsy appeals for someone to be her voice – Belfast Live

A budding performing arts student from Larne has made an appeal to girls in Northern Ireland to…

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New Friedreich’s Ataxia Platform Enables Collaborative Data Sharing – Friedreich’s Ataxia News

A new data-sharing platform recently launched by the Critical Path Institute’s (C-Path) Data Collaboration Center (DCC) and…

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Epilepsy cost ex-SSI worker his HGV job – now he’s driving ahead with a new plan – Gazette Live

A former SSI worker who had to quit his next job as an HGV driver after being…

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Down’s Syndrome Day: ‘Rosie teaches us more than we could teach her’ – The Christian Institute

A couple have shared how having a child with Down’s syndrome has enriched their lives and changed…

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Cafe 21 wants to help more people with learning disabilities into work this World Down Syndrome Day – Leeds Live

A café in Headingley which gives training and employment to young adults with Down Syndrome is offering…

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World Down Syndrome Day – think you know about Down Syndrome? This video may make you re-think – Chronicle Live

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Medical Marijuana For Fibromyalgia Has Been Gaining Attention Among Those Seeking Effective Treatment – Space Coast Daily

Statistics had it that women are more likely to develop fibromyalgia than men do. People with…

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More Guidance Needed on Strategies for Using Speech-generating Devices with Cerebral Palsy Children, Study Shows – Cerebral Palsy News Today

Caregivers, teachers, and assistants require more instruction and guidance on strategies for using speech-generating devices to communicate…

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Employee with depression awarded £35,000 after being denied flexible working – People Management Magazine

An employee who suffered from depression has been awarded £35,677 by Leeds Employment Tribunal after he was…

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