Disability

World Disability Day 2022 - The Role of Innovative Transformation

World Disability Day 2022 - The Role of Innovative Transformation

3 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

World Disability Day is commemorated every year on December 3 to uplift the contributions of people with disabilities globally
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Thalassemia- A Disability That can be Treated With a Stem Cell Transplant

Thalassemia- A Disability That can be Treated With a Stem Cell Transplant

3 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Thalassemia patients receive support from DKMS-BMST, which has been at the forefront of organizing support for them by assisting in finding compatible donors.
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International Day of Persons With Disabilities: Disability Inclusion Through Better Employability a Key Need

International Day of Persons With Disabilities: Disability Inclusion Through Better Employability a Key Need

3 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

International Day Of Persons with Disabilities: Corporate HR teams are working on creating programs aimed at ensuring better inclusiveness for the disabled.
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Should we set up a Special Disability Trust for our children?

1 day ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Organising your inheritance through a Special Disability Trust can be complex and restrictive.
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The disability tax: Medical bills remain inaccessible for many blind Americans

1 day ago   |   News Medical

A Missouri man who is deaf and blind said a medical bill he didn't know existed was sent to debt collections, triggering an 11% rise in his home insurance premiums.
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Father tells court baby girl was left severely disabled after nurse tried to kill her

1 day ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Alleged baby killer Lucy Letby left a newborn severely brain damaged after force-feeding her milk, a court has heard.
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UTHealth Houston professor wins $3.5 million to study the mechanisms of brain receptors involved in neurological disorders

1 day ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

A five-year, nearly $3.5 million grant to study the mechanisms of brain receptors involved in neurological disorders such as learning disabilities has been awarded to Vasanthi...
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Rob Burrow makes CBeebies Bedtime Story history by reading book with eye-controlled computer

Rob Burrow makes CBeebies Bedtime Story history by reading book with eye-controlled computer

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Former Leeds Rhinos player, 40, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2019 , has filmed an episode of the BBC series to mark International Day of Persons with...
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Almost half of new train fleet modified to improve disability access

2 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

After a public outcry over substandard trains made in India, the Queensland government promised to add larger toilets, seating and wider walkways.
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Getting kids with disabilities playing in sport is a joyous job

2 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Disability support work in schools can provide big rewards for staff and students.
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NY state health commissioner resigning to return to Harvard

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Community-Based Asymptomatic COVID Testing; Particulate Matter in Lungs

Community-Based Asymptomatic COVID Testing; Particulate Matter in Lungs

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Opera and other art should confront controversial issues

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Charlotte Rampling: ‘You have to do rather nasty things to get on, don't you?'

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Don't believe the myth it's more difficult to satisfy women

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Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal

Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal

Savory Steel Cut Oats for breakfast is loaded with protein and provides a good dose of fiber, which will keep you feeling satisfied longer. Savory Steel Cut Oats If you never... Read more ...

‘We changed everything': How 56 schools transformed their teaching and...

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Alan Carr: ‘The whole gay scene scares me'

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Are we really prepared to lose this natural wonder?

Like so many others, I thought we had more time to save the Great Barrier Reef. I was wrong. Read more ...

The fashion photographer whose style is still ‘a work in progress'

“Earlier this year I realised I didn't have a great relationship with clothes. How clothes fit my body was linked to my sense of self-worth.” Read more ...