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Top Paralympian Sasha Kindred calls it a day

SASCHSA Kindred, one of the most successful Paralympic athletes of all time, has decided to retire after two decades at the very top of his sport.

Digital glasses and new style chair scoop awards

DIGITAL glasses that help people who have lost the use of their arms to use computers, and a new style wheelchair that goes up and down steps, have been crowned the winners of a “Dragons’ Den” style design competition.

Breathe better, sleep better, says ‘sleep guru’ Anandi

HAVING trouble sleeping? Here’s a book that just might help.

What do the stars have in store for you?

TOP astrologer RUSSELL GRANT looks at what the stars have in store for you . . .

The pooch that’s taking America by storm!

MEET Ricochet, the amazing American surfing pooch who is about to become a box office sensation.

Thousands still get just 15 minutes of personal care . . .

THOUSANDS of disabled and older people are still receiving undignified homecare in 15-minute slots, despite official guidance against these ‘flying’ care visits, and major concerns they deprive people of appropriate and compassionate care.

Roll over Beethoven – meet the Beathovens!

IT DIDN'T quite make the Christmas Number One hit single, but the new song from autistic band The Beathovens is certainly hitting all the right notes.