People who are more genetically vulnerable could be at an increased risk of motor neurone disease from regular, intensive exercise, scientists have claimed
Donning our brightest yellow and blue tartan, the Enable Magazine team is participating in this year’s Virtual KiltWalk to raise money for Doddie Weir’s charity, My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.
Rugby legend Doddie speaks exclusively to Lorne Gillies about his foundation, new trials, The Dodcast and finding a cure for motor neuron disease.
Rugby player Rob Burrow, who most famously played for Leeds Rhinos, has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
For over 40 years, the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association has been supporting people living with the condition, their families and professionals. Now, the charity’s work is being commemorated through art.
The team at Enable were extremely saddened to hear that ex-footballer, Fernando Ricksen, passed away this morning, after a long battle with motor neurone disease (MND).
Processing a diagnosis of Motor Neurone Disease (MND), or other associated illnesses, come with many possibilities to consider. One such experience could be preparing to lose your voice. Now, voice banking could provide a solace and safety net for people set to lose their voice.
Lucy Lintott is a charismatic, funny young woman. At the age of 19 years old, Lucy’s life took a turn that nobody expected: she received a diagnosis of motor neurone disease (MND). As the youngest person in Scotland to live with the condition, this is Lucy’s fight.
Today (13 March) is Swallowing Awareness Day, an opportunity to shed light on dysphagia and who is affected by the condition.
Scottish rugby legend Doddie Weir has been recognised in the New Year Honours List.
With 61 caps under his belt for Scotland’s national rugby team, Doddie Weir is not only adored, respected and admired on the pitch, but off it as well. On…
David Needham, has always been into sport, right from a child he played all sorts of sport but principally cricket, rugby and football. He played…
Gordon Aikman, the 29-year-old Scot living with Motor Neurone Disease and whose online campaign has been credited with influencing the First Minister’s decision to fund…
Leading UK wheelchair manufacturer Ottobock, has launched a new power wheelchair designed for people living with motor neurone disease (MND). Working in collaboration with MND…