Monthly Archives: March 2012

Stephen Hawking to appear on The Big Bang Theory

As far as cameos go, it’s hard to beat physicist Stephen Hawking. The world-famous scientist filmed a scene last Friday for The Big Bang Theory, TV Guide reported. The sitcom – which stars Jim Parsons as Dr Sheldon Cooper, a brilliant but socially … Continue reading

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Interesting Statistics – Worldwide Blog Views

I know that to most people those two words are oxymoronic however these statistics really are interesting. They show the countries that the blog has been viewed in. This is such great news, and I hope they get spread further … Continue reading

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Can you do it?

While reading this article, I want you to sit completely still and only move once you’ve finished. Motor neurones control your voluntary muscle activity, they allow you to walk, breath and swallow, daily things a lot of us don’t even … Continue reading

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Raising some Awareness through some little Goodiebags!

Just a few photos of us making some goodie bags ready to distribute and spread the word,               Thanks to Laura Brunton, James Oliver and Ella McCall, ❤

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Bath Half Marathon – Done

11th March 2012 was the day of the Bath Half Marathon; A friend, Amy Clayfield and I, ran in aid of Motor Neurone Disease Association and have so far raised almost £600, if you would like to sponsor us and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Raising Awareness of Motor Neurone Disease:
I have decided to create a blog to try and raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease and the Charity MNDA. – Around 5000 people at any one time have Motor Neurone…

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A GAME-CHANGING MOMENT IN MND RESEARCH

After years of dedicated and painstaking work, a research team co-funded by the MND Association has identified a gene named C9orf72 that appears to cause nearly 40% of cases of the inherited form of MND. The impact of this discovery will … Continue reading

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