A new path for treating depression

July 11, 2017 admin 0

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about major depressive disorder (MDD). Some think that depressed people merely need a change of heart, choosing […]

Low iron levels linked with increased risk of heart disease

July 11, 2017 admin 0

People with lower iron levels may be at greater risk of heart disease, a new study has found. Researchers analysing genetic data have uncovered a […]

Autistic children self-harm warning over slow diagnosis

July 11, 2017 admin 0

Failure to correctly diagnose the special needs of children could lead them to self harm, it has been claimed. One expert warned parents also fear […]

Theresa May urged to appoint learning disability commissioner

July 11, 2017 admin 0

The “shocking” case of a man with learning disabilities and terminal cancer has led to a call for the prime minister to appoint a commissioner […]

10 things you only know if your sibling has cerebral palsy

July 10, 2017 admin 0

Cerebral Palsy is a permanent muscle disorder that appears in early childhood, and it is caused by abnormal development or damage to parts of the […]

Meet the blind keeper, 17, who saves goals by listening to the ground vibrations of the ball – and is named most valuable player for her extraordinary talent

July 10, 2017 admin 0

Legally blind goalie Isabella Quinn amazed crowds at Friday’s Kanga Cup in Canberra by winning the under-18 girls division Most Valuable Player award. Despite being […]

Excessive force used to make DISABLED kids behave

July 9, 2017 admin 0

More than 350 parents of special needs children as young as four have joined a campaign for stricter laws amid claims of excessive force. DISABLED […]