A decision announced by Public Health England to introduce a new controversial screening test across the NHS could lead to a rise in abortions, it is feared.
Trainer giant, Nike has released the GO FlyEase which can be taken on and off completely hands-free, creating fashionable trainers with accessibility in mind.
Wellbeing has become a popular buzzword referenced frequently in daily life, but what is the true meaning of the word? Geberit is on hand to provide support.
The mental health and wellbeing of autistic children and young people has deteriorated significantly in lockdown, according to Ambitious about Autism.
On Time to Talk Day it’s time to celebrate the Power of Small to make a significant impact to ending mental health stigma.
Working in collaboration with University of Worcester and The Albion Foundation, Queen Alexandra College (QC) will deliver a unique and groundbreaking elite wheelchair basketball sport performance programme.
The BBC is a respected platform reaching out to millions of people worldwide, now, one presenter is using this platform to shine a spotlight on sudden hearing loss.
Ground-breaking artificial intelligence software that keeps up human-like conversation to be considered as a new tool for people with sight loss.
Kickstarting the conversation with a loved one about their mental health, or even to discuss how you’re feeling, can be a daunting prospect – but opening up is a critical step for your wellbeing. In 2021, it’s time to talk.
My Life TV has become the first Video on Demand streaming service launched worldwide, specifically for people living with dementia.
Organise the year ahead by entering our brilliant competition, where you could win a state-of-the-art Google Home.
The Sunnybank Trust is working to make sure hidden disabilities are visible through education and radio interviews.
Glasgow based charity, Free Wheel North have teamed up with Spring Events, calling on people to get in gear as part of the Cycle 21 fundraising event to help keep vital services running.
Advancements in MND trials are making a breakthrough; Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi speaks to Lorne Gillies about the future of MND research.
Katie Price is a devoted and dedicated parent, and her new BBC One Documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me showcases the powerful journey to support her eldest son’s transition from child to adult services.