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Science and technology are constantly improving the ease at which we can live and work in our environment. We often grumble about the 97 bus being late, but it wasn't long ago it didn't run at all. Now it's modern, low level for disabled persons, etc, etc. But where advancements in technology are of real benefit to those with disability, is in the flexibility it offers. Battery powered scooters that allow us to shop at the supermarket, to computers that can detect your very thoughts that will soon enable anyone with the worst physical disability to communicate and intereact with the whole world.

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The operators of this web site are themselves disabled scientists who are continually researching ways in which technology or products can be used or redesigned to facilitate those with disability. But it is a great frustration, when the narrow minded thinking of financial organisations just will not fund this sort of research. Most of everything we have done in the past was with no help or inspiration from these multi billion pound profit machines and financed by ourselves and other ordinary people who wanted to help others.

In 1993, Edward and Tom were researching new methods of energy efficiency, little expecting where their research would take them. They noticed a reaction from flies to the frequency harmonics they were generating, this led to entire research being side tracked. It was found that cockroaches, locusts, mosquitoes' and other insects could be effected by particular harmonics of frequencies only detectable with sophisticated equipment. Unfortunately, this research ended abruptly when an car accident
caused total disability. Several years later Edward and Tom are now part of the team here at Disability UK and research has restarted. Frequency harmonics outside of our normal detection can have wonderful effects on our body, decreasing physical pain and alleviating mental pressure. It is this area that our research is now centred.

High tech advances and new inventions bring benefits to disabled. Scientific advances in electronics producing new medical equipment. Latest news on matters about disability and disability advice. New technology, latest news and medical news for those with disabilities. Technology and new energy's of sound and frequency to help the disabled. New products and medical information on health and advice on cures.

Depending on the type of frequency being generated, magnetic fields can be created. Magnets have been used for generations to alleviate pain and generally improve ones well being. In fact you can find some of these on the Products page. Many years ago, a certain young man built a cage out of metal and wood, firmly believing that sitting in this device made you feel better, he started to market these magic boxes. When people actually did feel better, his fame spread. Unfortunately, not being a scientist
and not really understanding himself how it worked, he was quickly branded a con man by the academics, captured and imprisoned, where he died. In light of recent research it appears that maybe this young man was on the right path, his only crime - not understanding the science of it. There are now scientific experiments with magnetic enclosures as they may hold untold secrets of life improvement and pain release. Results from our own research support this. As magnetism and resonance directly affect the smallest particles known to man and considering that these particles are the building blocks of every living thing, we may be able to simply, painlessly and naturally alter our health state. Overcoming depression, pain or even rectifying cell malignancies such as cancer.

Science changes daily, every answer bringing yet more questions. With help, we at Disability UK are continuing to search for these answers. Our only wish is that everything we do helps someone, somewhere. If you wish to contribute towards our research work, you can do so by mailing to the address below. Thank you and please enjoy the Disability UK site.

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People over the age of 55 can now apply for Disability Students Allowance (DSA). For more information contact SKILL (national bureau for students with disabilities) on 0171 2740565.
Internet for Disabled: The WAACIS project set up in 1997 helps disabled people to have Internet access. The name stands for Wigram Aid to Ability for Critically-disabled Internet Students.This charitable organisation helps Disabled people by providing computer training on how to use the Internet in their own homes at an affordable cost. Web Site You can contact the WAACIS office on 020 7730 7766. or by E-mail: for further details.
Toxins and Free Radicals: After years of studies, the main cause of ageing is discovered. Free radicals are minute particles which break free from oxygen molecules. It is a natural process that cannot be changed. These free radicals kill every cell within our body they have contact with. That's why various body parts wear out and we gradually age and die. An experiment carried out 20 years ago shows that we may not be able to prevent free radicals happening, but we can consume natural food that destroys them inside our body. It may not be the absolute elixir of life, but we can all certainly live longer and healthier. For more information on this Science and medicalnatural life extender, click Essentials.

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