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Email: lg@lesleyglobe.co.uk
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L25 3PN

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More than four years may have passed, but for Diane Ber the events of 27 December 2005 are still as raw as they ever were. That e ...
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GPs call for better treatment for depression sufferers

By Maddy Savage  BBC News

Depression affects one in 10 people a year

Some 65% of doctors say they can "rarely" offer psychological therapy to depression sufferers within two months of referral, a study suggests.

The Royal Col ...
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Dyslexics need emotional support

Dyslexic students need high levels of emotional support, and positive reactions from parents, peers and teachers, in order to prevent their diagnoses from negatively affecting their academic success and senses of identity and well-being. This is the conclusion of research by Professor Robert Burden, of the University of Exeter, presented at Octo ...
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