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Former Royal Marine with motor neurone disease smashes tough challenge – Devon Live

An Exmouth man with motor neurone disease has completed a tough physical challenge to raise…

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Children with autism, ADHD have more doctor and hospital visits during infancy – Medical Xpress

  Children who are later diagnosed with autism and/or attention…

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Dating service Luv2MeetU helps people with learning disabilities find love – homecare.co.uk News

  People…

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How visual recognition and IoT based detection can help the visually impaired – Express Computer

We, at Nexart have developed ‘Eyewey’, an affordable visual recognition and detection technology for helping…

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Research could change how blood pressure is managed in spinal cord injury patients – Medical Xpress

  New research from the International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries…

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Man with brain injury unable to walk and talk briefly recovers after sleeping pill treatment – NEWS.com.au

Richard briefly woke up and was asking how to use his wheelchair….

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‘Welcome to the world of a person with a disability’: Aussie living with cerebral palsy gives a new perspective on life in lockdown – 9News

  When the global coronavirus…

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Actor Julia Hales, ABC’s first TV host who is living with Down syndrome, explores the issue of prenatal testing in new documentary – ABC News

Julia Hales (right) has worked as an actor and is making her…

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Johns Hopkins Scientists Receive Grant To Develop Implantable Ultrasound Devices for Spinal Cord Injury Patients – Technology Networks

  A team of Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons and biomedical engineers…

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Research could change how blood pressure is managed in spinal cord injury patients – University of British Columbia

ICORD principal investigators Dr. Christopher West and Dr. Brian Kwon and their research teams have…

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New Immune Cells Therapy Found to Suppress MS Symptoms in EAE Mice – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Scientists developed a new therapy for multiple sclerosis (MS) that prevents immune cells from exiting…

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Cutting-edge neuro-ophthalmology: Combining artificial intelligence, eye tracking – Ophthalmology Times

Artificial intelligence (AI) is slowly being integrated into ophthalmology and other medical fields. “In machine-guided medical…

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Empowering the visually-impaired to become independent: the story of Saksham Trust – YourStory

“I don’t perceive myself to be any different from a sighted person. While they can…

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Ataxia UK Funds Work Into Replacing or Enhancing Frataxin in Cells – Friedreich’s Ataxia News

Ataxia UK has awarded a £26,000 grant to advance research into compounds that can replace…

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Care worsens for those with learning disabilities in non-NHS facilities – Left Foot Forward

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has found that the quality of care has drastically worsened…

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Will lasting COVID symptoms shine a spotlight on those battling ME/CFS? – SBS News

  OPINION: The…

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Mums launch £10,000 bid for Down Syndrome support group – Gazette & Herald

TWO mums are on a fundraising mission to set up a new charity close to…

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‘Big shift’ in UK Sport funding for Olympics and Paralympics – BBC Sport

Team GB finished second in the medal table at the Rio Olympics…

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Brain structure changes in autism, explained – Spectrum News

  Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition. Although it…

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Rob Burrow on living with MND: ‘It can’t sap your spirit’ – BBC News

Rugby League legend Rob Burrow was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in December 2019. BBC Breakfast has…

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