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Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms https://t.co/yqDggyA6Im
RT @CSFBell: Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild Covid symptoms #COVID19 #braininjury https://t.co/9mSvPnFXWj
RT @Neurosharp: Exciting work on the effects of sports related concussion on brain structure and function - Naznin Virjl-Babul @FrontiersIn…
RT @tonyhartabi: I just signed a petition asking @MattHancock not to cancel student nurses' contracts. Will you add your name here? https:/…
Delighted to say the presentations/information from the @Abilforum Webinars on 1 and 8 June are now on the ABIL website https://t.co/2OKfPMpq3N https://t.co/WUfhvwBiAZ
RT @diffstrokes: Don't forget our FREE Level 5 exercise session for #stroke survivors starts at 11am this morning on Facebook. This session…
Great to present this webinar today. Huge thanks to Jenny Brooks & Keith Jenkins for all the work they put into this. Thank you also to @irwinmitchell for their invaluable support & thank you to everyone who was able to attend and for all your wonderful comments! 👍 https://t.co/JEXMyq9cmh
Webinar today at 11am register at https://t.co/eZRW0IhYUD
Yes it is very worrying. Often see parents out with their kids and the kids have helmets but the parents don't. Not exactly setting a good example! https://t.co/B5Q7DjqsBb
RT @Abilforum: ABIL are hosting a webinar on Monday 1 June to focus on 'Living with Brain Injury During Covid 19'. This is specifically for…
ABIL are hosting a webinar on Monday 1 June to focus on 'Living with Brain Injury During Covid 19'. This is specifically for people with brain injury, and we welcome families and staff to join us too. https://t.co/RkoUs57HCT
The capital gains of raising brain injury awareness https://t.co/T3BCUv4NEc

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