Labor expands help for patients with disability as Opposition promises hospital
The state government will expand a program to help people with disability leave hospital sooner as the Opposition promises $600m for a new tertiary hospital.
17 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
The Effect of Suit Wear During an Intensive Therapy Program in Children With Cerebral Palsy
Purpose: To examine the effects of suit wear during an intensive therapy program on motor function among children with cerebral palsy. Method: Twenty children were randomized...
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Selma Blair Hands Off Her Cane in Emotional "Dancing With the Stars" Moment
Image Just before her first dance on the hit show "Dancing With the Stars," Selma Blair took a moment to set aside her cane before stepping on stage to waltz with professional...
3 days ago - PopSugar
Global COPD prevalence, deaths and disability-adjusted life-years declined in recent years
COPD prevalence, death and disability-adjusted life-year rates around the world were lower in 2019 than in 1990, researchers reported in The BMJ. Researchers conducted a...
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Common genetic variants of APOE associated with COVID mortality
It may be the most baffling quirk of COVID: What manifests as minor, flu-like symptoms in some individuals spirals into severe disease, disability, and even death in others.
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When are the £400 energy rebate and other cost-of-living payments due?
The latest cost-of-living support payments include grants worth £150 for six million disabled people.
4 days ago - BBC
Increased Risks for Newborns of Women With Disabilities
A large population-based study indicates that newborns of mothers with physical and mental disabilities have increased risk for death, low birth weight, and other...
5 days ago - Medscape
Long COVID Experts and Advocates Say the Government Is Ignoring ‘the Greatest Mass-Disabling Event in Human History'
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel is used to feeling like the only person in the country who still cares about COVID-19. He ignores the side-eye he gets for wearing an N95 mask at parties-a...
5 days ago - Time
Shorten unveils plan to ‘blitz' NDIS dispute backlog
The NDIS minister announced former disability discrimination commissioner Graeme Innes would head an independent, voluntary committee to help review appeals over disability...
5 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Former detainee reveals ‘isolation, brutality' at WA youth prison
The Noongar man has told a disability royal commission he was left “broken” by his time inside Western Australia's only youth detention centre.
6 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
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VIDEO: Narrow down website search area to localize consumers
In this Healio Video Perspective, Cynthia A. Matossian, MD, FACS, and David Evans, PhD, MBA, discuss how practice owners located in rural areas can narrow down the area where...
A peek inside the Caddick house
In order to deter stickybeaks and true crime buffs, a $10,000 refundable deposit will be required to inspect the swish Dover Heights home of missing fraudster Melissa Caddick...
Slights, spit and a supermarket chase: call for scalps over uni's wild ride
Discontent had been building at Australia's oldest regional university for years when its vice chancellor was accused of wiping her saliva on a schoolgirl's face.
In a divided Japan, Shinzo Abe's assassin finds his target
Empathy for the assassin who killed Japan's longest-serving prime minister has matched sympathy for the victim.
When it comes to a republic, the Queen's passing changes everything
We at the Australian Republic Movement have always been in the business of evolution not revolution, and the fact that Australia has now demonstrably evolved to an entirely new...
‘Use them or lose them': 1.5m tourism vouchers still not redeemed
NSW residents have been eligible for a $50 hotel voucher since February, but more than half of people are still sitting on theirs before the expiry in two weeks.
The home buyers with a pathway to cut energy bills by 20 per cent
Retrofitting a home to make it more energy efficient can be harder than expected. Here's one way to make it easier to upgrade over time.
Skyrocketing interest rates carve new $120 billion hole in budget
Interest rates aren't just climbing on household mortgages. Rates on government debt have soared, carving a fresh $120 billion hole in the federal budget.
Voters back the Voice - but there's doubt over what they're backing
Australians support the idea of an Indigenous Voice by a clear majority of 64 per cent, exclusive polling figures show, but many voters are unsure about the practical benefits...
Elly has at least six secret siblings. She's not allowed to know their names
There is a growing push for donor-conceived people to have the right to know their genetic siblings.