16 May 2019:
What is Mental Health Awareness Week? Why 2019’s theme is body image, and how to get involved
9 May 2019:
Call for poor and disabled to be given NHS fitness trackers
8 May 2019:
Nursing body failed to deal fairly with PIP assessment complaints, says regulator
2 May 2019:
Half of sick or disabled people on low incomes experienced food insecurity in 2016, study shows
1 May 2019:
Most GPs ill-equipped to diagnose one of the deadliest cancers
Companies that make exoskeleton suits are hoping the devices might soon become as commonly provided as wheelchairs.
A cheaper cervical cancer test that "astounded" researchers detected 100% of cancers that developed in more than 15,500 women during its trial.
A cross-party group of MPs has called for the next phase of universal credit to be put on hold until ministers can show that disabled claimants will be properly protected from the potentially disastrous consequences of moving to the new system.
Private housebuilders have been accused of “appalling self-interest” over their lobbying against building more accessible homes for disabled residents.
The equality watchdog has called on the government to “do something before it’s too late”, after its own research showed UK government reforms will cut the living standards of disabled people with the highest support needs in England by more than 10 per cent.
Shopping is an unavoidable part of everyday life – whether it’s grabbing a sandwich at lunch, trawling comparison sites for the cheapest car insurance or splashing out on a designer handbag.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been planning for years to move more benefits onto the hugely-troubled IT platform that hosts universal credit, documents released through freedom of information requests appear to show.
The rail regulator has revealed a series of draft measures designed to force the industry to improve the assistance it provides to disabled passengers.
An actress who has graced the screen in Call The Midwife and Upstairs, Downstairs has become the first woman with Down's syndrome to receive an MBE.
Two out of five people with learning disabilities are not diagnosed in childhood and, even if they are, they will likely die before they collect their pension, according to a study commissioned by the NHS.