The Guardian

The Guardian 16 Oct 2019

Dwarfism and me: 'We're still treated as less than human'


About 90,000 people in America have dwarfism. The writer and podcaster Cara Reedy takes us on a journey to reflect on what it means to be a person with dwarfism - and why America's obsession with little people has left lasting damage

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Another £600m is now available to care homes in England as a newly-launched service on should make it easier for care home managers to source tests, Hancock said.

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