The DfT said the change would make it easier for people with conditions such as dementia and auti...
The DfT said the change would make it easier for people with conditions such as dementia and autism to travel to work, socialise and access shops and services in England.
The changes being put to an eight-week public consultation also include blue badge assessments being carried out by a greater variety of healthcare professionals who can spot whether mental illness is causing mobility problems.
Autistic people can suffer anxiety from not being able to park in a predictable place close to their destination, and some can experience too much information from the environment around them on public transport, Lambert said.More on Autism
Astate-by-state breakdown of diabetes rates of people over 65 which means mostly Medicare patien...
Astate-by-state breakdown of diabetes rates of people over 65 which means mostly Medicare patients shows that the "Trump country" states areparticularly hard hit.
Of the 10 states with the highest diabetes rates, eight were slow to adopt the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act or have still not done so.
This kind of data underscores the need for early interventions and lifetime access to health care as a way to prevent and manage chronic illnesses like diabetes, so they don't get worse or more expensive.More on Diabetes
That's why photographer Peter DeVito features untouched skin on his Instagram page to remind us ...
That's why photographer Peter DeVito features untouched skin on his Instagram page to remind us all that acne is normal and that those who are affected by it are not any less beautiful.
While speaking with Elle , Peter explained that the body-positivity movement inspired him to start his photo series.
Peter told Elle that he plans to continue his project, as his work has certainly had an effect on people.More on Acne
A patient in Texas had been on 40 milligrams of OxyContin three times a day, but a year ago, the ...
A patient in Texas had been on 40 milligrams of OxyContin three times a day, but a year ago, the insurance company, United Healthcare, notified the pain specialist that it would no longer cover that medication.
A patient in Maine who was forced to taper from opioids by her pain management physician of nine years was told he was afraid of the DEA and the medical board.
A patient in California who takes Tramadol and Flexeril for back pain and sciatica was laid off last year, losing her job and health insurance.More on Chronic Pain
Two of those were related to keeping raw meat -- such as the beef at the heart of Trump's beloved...
Two of those were related to keeping raw meat -- such as the beef at the heart of Trump's beloved meatloaf -- in walk-in and reach-in coolers that were set above the mandated maximum temperature of 41 degrees.
State sanitation and safety laws define high-priority violations as "those which could contribute directly to a foodborne illness or injury and include items such as cooking, reheating, cooling and hand-washing."
Since taking office President Trump has spent many weekends at the resort and hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for dinner there in February.More on Food Poisoning