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Cheap vitamin could prevent birth defects

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Politicians need to help tackle the common misconception that taking folic acid during pregnancy is optional, writes Jackie Bland, chief executive of SHINE. Spina bifida is the most severe congenital abnormality compatible with life, yet it still affects 1 in 1000 pregnancies in…

Lisa Styles is a Sainsbury’s ‘Local Hero’

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Lisa Styles who works at Sainsbury’s Balham has been busy raising money for Shine Charity. Lisa spent one of her entire shifts dressed as a banana to help support Shine during their awareness week; she got friends, family and colleagues to sponsor her.…

Shine responds to forced abortion issue

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Shine has today received a written apology from Geoffrey Clark, former UKIP candidate, in response to the material published on his website about the compulsory abortion of foetuses with spina bifida. Geoffrey Clark’s letter to Shine Dear Shine, I am candidate in the…

New celebrity recipe book aims to give A Good Helping!

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The Duchess of Gloucester, Baronness Tanni-Grey Thompson and Downton Abbey stars Elizabeth McGovern and Jim Carter are among a host of celebrities who have been inspired to share their favourite recipes by a young woman whose life was changed forever by a rare…

£2m Groundbreaking Hydrocephalus Research Project

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Neurological specialists in Liverpool are leading a groundbreaking research project which could significantly impact upon the treatment of children and adults with hydrocephalus. Neurosurgeons from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and The Walton Centre will be the chief investigators for the study, which has…

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