BBC Newsbeat have reported on the challenges of being Deaf when your lessons are on Zoom or your teacher is wearing a mask.

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In this Tweet from Sky Sports , we hear the incredible story of Charlie Wyke, Wigan Athletic football player.

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Earlier this year, research was published that explored the views of the autistic community on the benefits and challenges of wearable technology to assist emotional regulation.

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Earlier this year, research published by a number of cognitive neuroscientists pinned down the optimal amount of sleep for adults to 7 hours.

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Rose Ayling-Ellis worked with Barbie to create their first doll with a hearing aid.

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Earlier this week the BBC reported on government-funded social prescribing pilots in a number of cities, aimed at improving health and reducing the burden on the NHS.

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A recent study concluded that higher optimism in women was associated with longer lifespan and a greater likelihood of achieving exceptional longevity overall and across racial and ethnic groups.

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New research shows that newborn infants prefer speech sounds over other types of non-language sounds, suggesting they can discern the difference between the two.

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A recent study reports that people who were furloughed were 14% more likely to report low life satisfaction compared with those who remained employed, while people who lost their jobs altogether...

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Many blind and partially sighted people are being hit harder by increases in the cost of living than the wider population. In a recent twitter thread, the RNIB explained why.

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A systematic umbrella review, reported in the journal Nature, has challenged the long-held idea that low or inactive levels of serotonin are responsible for depression.

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Cancer Research UK have reported on a piece of research that suggests complex barriers to accessing care exist when individuals experience a cancer red flag.

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Warnings have been issued that developed countries need to boost Polio vaccination rates.

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The Guardian are reporting on a systematic review by researchers at UCL in London that indicates that patients with obesity are being stigmatised.

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A recent government blog summarised the benefits of schemes such as Homeshare - a model of shared living which matches people with spare rooms, with people who are happy to chat and lend a hand...

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Last week the BBC reported that drumming can be used to reduce workplace stress and encourage workplace cohesion - Can drumming reconnect you to your colleagues?

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Children and young people are working with Cardiff University on a project to make Grangetown a better place.

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The case of Archie Battersbee has received a lot of public attention and the High Court has ruled that his life-sustaining treatment should be withdrawn - Archie Battersbee: Who decides when life...

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The House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee inquiry - The impact of body image on mental and physical health - was published yesterday.

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