Effects of Ageing on the Musculoskeletal System & Management

Ageing is inevitable, with specific changes affecting the musculoskeletal system. Changes can occur to all of the musculoskeletal system. This includes the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons.

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Christian care home charity says vaccine brings hope

The UK Government hit its deadline this week in the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out to the top four priority groups – including care homes. Christian charity Pilgrims’ Friend Society says the programme has brought hope for a better and brighter future.

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Joseph Wept: 7 Strategically Arranged Scenes in Genesis

Long before Jesus wept in the land of promise, Joseph wept in the land of Egypt. The narrative arc of Joseph’s story in Genesis 37–50 unfolds with providence, sorrow, vindication, tears, and reconciliation.

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Race and Health Observatory host first webinar addressing Covid-19

Leading black and minority ethnic health experts from the NHS Race and Health Observatory addressed key concerns, facts and misinformation over Covid-19 and vaccines in a live webinar which attracted over 870 people.

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New Coronavirus Vaccine uptake plan published

From vaccination buses to WhatsApp groups and charity engagement, the new COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake Plan aims to boost vaccine uptake in vulnerable and under-served groups.

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UK Government confirms mandatory hotel quarantine

The Department for Health and Social Care has confirmed that from the 15 February anyone travelling to the UK from a country on the UK’s travel ban list will be required to quarantine in a government approved facility for a period of 10 days.

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New hard-hitting TV ad urges the nation to stay at home

Everyone across the UK is being asked “Can you look them in the eyes and tell them you’re helping by staying at home?” in a new Government advertising campaign which will act as a stark reminder to the public of the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and the extreme pressures facing frontline workers.

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An unconditional love that keeps giving

Leprosy is the oldest disease known to humankind, and one often thought of as confined to Biblical times. But did you know there are almost a quarter of a million new leprosy cases diagnosed each year? For almost 40 years there has been a cure for leprosy. But for every person treated there are a hidden 20 needing the cure.

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