Physical rehabilitation interventions in children with acquired brain injury: a scoping review

By Christiaan Gmelig Meyling, Olaf Verschuren, Ingrid R Rentinck, Raoul H H Engelbert, Jan Willem Gorter. 26 July 2021

Abstract

Aim: To synthesize the evidence about the characteristics (frequency, intensity, time, type) and effects of physical rehabilitation interventions on functional recovery and

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'Smartphones increase your risk of CANCER': Spending just 17 minutes a day on your device over a ten year period increases the risk of tumours by 60%, study claims

This article was by Ryan Morrison for Mailonline on 8th July this year.

Ryan summarises:

  • Researchers analysed the results of 46 different studies into mobile phone use
  • These were from the US, Sweden, UK, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand
  • They found that using a device for 17 minutes per day over 1

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Parenting interventions to promote early child development in the first three years of life: A global systematic review and meta-analysis

By Joshua Jeong, Emily E. Franchett, Clariana V. Ramos de Oliveira, Karima Rehmani, Aisha K. Yousafzai

Published: May 10, 2021: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1003602

Abstract

Background

Parents are the primary caregivers of young children. Responsive parent–child relationships and parental su

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Environmental Health Trust wins in historic decision, Federal Court Orders FCC to explain why It ignored scientific evidence showing harm from wireless radiation – includes VIDEO

‘FCC ignored numerous organizations, scientists  and medical doctors who called on them to update limits...’

The United States D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has found that the Federal Communication Commission's 2019 decision to retain its 1996 safety limits for human exposure to wireless radiat

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Cerebra press release: ‘Institutionalising Parent-carer Blame’ – from UK with international significance

'Disabled children and their families are one of the most severely disadvantaged groups in the UK'

A major research report published today (21 July 2021) finds that most English Children’s Services Authorities operate a ‘one size-fits-all’ approach to families – regardless of whether it is a parent

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