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Lee is a lifelong gamer; he also has spinal muscular atrophy, a disease that causes progressive muscle weakness. When his condition meant that he was no longer physically able to play games, he became depressed – he felt like part of who he was had slipped away. Now, with a combination of a mouth-controlled joystick and a series of micro-switches he is playing again. He has just completed Grand Theft Auto V. “There are no more...
Parents are being warned of the danger of young children drowning in baths, following a small number of deaths and near misses, some linked to bath seats.
He devised the idea as a school project after he asked his parents how blind people read. “Google it,” they replied.