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October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, spends her time looking through the window of her home in Navalcarnero, Spain,... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, spends her time looking through the window of her home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, looks on as her daughter Raquel covers her with a blanket in their home in... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, looks on as her daughter Raquel covers her with a blanket in their home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, gets help from her daughter Raquel to move her wheel-chair closer to the window... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, gets help from her daughter Raquel to move her wheel-chair closer to the window of their home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball with her impaired foot during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022.Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "ItÕs a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, IÕve had to take on responsibilities before my time, IÕve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says RedondoÕs 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home after her round of daily therapy sessions at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "Pilar is incredibly resilient and she always has the best attitude. That's very important for her recovery process" says Moreno. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions of the day at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted to sit on a robotic-assisted hand therapy device at the Theseus Rehabilitation... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted to sit on a robotic-assisted hand therapy device at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens,... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted to sit on a robotic-assisted hand therapy device at the Theseus Rehabilitation... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted to sit on a robotic-assisted hand therapy device at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted to walk by physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the Theseus Rehabilitation... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted to walk by physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted by physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted by physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted by physiotherapist Georgia Bahou to keep his balance while walking during... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is assisted by physiotherapist Georgia Bahou to keep his balance while walking during a session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests in his room at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests in his room at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 10, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens,... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens,... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, rests during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is silhouetted while holding an exercise ball during a physiotherapy session at... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, is silhouetted while holding an exercise ball during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, holds his walking stick during a session with physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, holds his walking stick during a session with physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, exercises with physiotherapist Georgia Bahou during a session at the Theseus Rehabilitation... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, exercises with physiotherapist Georgia Bahou during a session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, sits on a wheelchair during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, sits on a wheelchair during a physiotherapy session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, and physiotherapist Georgia Bahou enter the elevator following a session at the... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, and physiotherapist Georgia Bahou enter the elevator following a session at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 2, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
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February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, looks on during an interview with Reuters at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in... 
Athens, Greece 
Ieremias looks on during an interview with Reuters at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, looks on during an interview with Reuters at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GREECE REHABILITATION
RTX9FPW8 
February 17, 2021 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, holds an exercise ball during a session with physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the... 
Athens, Greece 
Yannis Ieremias who suffered from COVID-19 attends physiotherapy at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre... 
Yannis Ieremias, 70, holds an exercise ball during a session with physiotherapist Georgia Bahou at the Theseus Rehabilitation Centre in Athens, Greece, February 1, 2021. Ieremias, who spend more than 50 days in the intensive care unit of an Athens hospital with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), must undergo therapy to recover from mobility problems caused by his extend hospitalisation. Picture taken February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
ARGENTINA-HEALTH
RTR4ABFK 
October 15, 2014 
A sign is pictured at the intensive therapy unit of the Hospital F.J. Muniz warning for possible symptoms... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Sign is pictured at the intensive therapy unit of the Hospital F.J. Muniz warning for possible symptoms... 
A sign is pictured at the intensive therapy unit of the Hospital F.J. Muniz warning for possible symptoms from Ebola, in Buenos Aires October 15, 2014. According to hospital Director Ruben Daniel Masini, the hospital is prepared against a possible Ebola outbreak . REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER) 
NEPAL-EVEREST/
RTR3LTCD 
April 18, 2014 
Dawa Tashi Sherpa lies on the bed of the Intensive Care Unit at Grandi International Hospital after he... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Dawa Tashi Sherpa lies on the bed of the Intensive Care Unit at Grandi International Hospital after he... 
Dawa Tashi Sherpa lies on the bed of the Intensive Care Unit at Grandi International Hospital after he was rescued and airlifted from the avalanche site at Mount Everest in Kathmandu April 18, 2014. An avalanche swept down a slope of Mount Everest on Friday killing 12 Nepali mountaineering guides at the beginning of the main climbing season, a Tourism Ministry official said. The avalanche, the deadliest in eight years, hit the most popular route to the mountain's peak. Three Nepali guides were injured and up to five people were missing, said Dipendra Paudel at the Tourism Ministry's mountaineering department. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
MYANMAR-BOMBING/
RTX14BVU 
October 15, 2013 
A policeman stands inside the intensive care unit (ICU) room where a American woman injured during the... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
A policeman stands inside the ICU room where an American woman injured during the Traders Hotel bomb... 
A policeman stands inside the intensive care unit (ICU) room where a American woman injured during the Traders Hotel bomb blast is receiving treatment at Yangon General Hospital in Yangon October 15, 2013. It was just before midnight when the crude time-bomb exploded in the ninth-floor guest room in the luxurious Traders Hotel in Myanmar's biggest city, badly wounding the American tourist and showering the streets below with glass. A police source told Reuters the explosion late on Monday was part of a coordinated series of bomb attacks across Myanmar by an "organised group", targeting tourist haunts, a Buddhist temple and other public places. It was the seventh blast since Friday and was followed by two more explosions early on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jared Ferrie (MYANMAR - Tags: DISASTER CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4Q 
August 12, 2013 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally in San Diego 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4M 
August 12, 2013 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally in San Diego 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4L 
August 12, 2013 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally in San Diego 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4K 
August 12, 2013 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally in San Diego 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold placards during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4J 
August 12, 2013 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally in San Diego 
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner attend a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4H 
August 12, 2013 
An opponent of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner holds a placard during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
An opponent of San Diego Mayor Filner holds a placard during a rally in San Diego 
An opponent of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner holds a placard during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
USA-SANDIEGO/FILNER
RTX12J4E 
August 12, 2013 
An opponent of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner holds a placard during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
An opponent of San Diego Mayor Filner holds a placard during a rally in San Diego 
An opponent of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner holds a placard during a "Not Welcome Back'' rally at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego, California August 12, 2013. Filner is expected back at work after completing intensive therapy treatment for sexually harassing women, less than a week into the course, short of what was originally billed as a two-week session. At least 14 women have come forward, alleging Filner inappropriately patted or kissed them, grabbed their buttocks or asked them out on dates. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
USA-SANDIEGO/MAYOR
RTX12C7Y 
August 06, 2013 
(From L-R) Attorney Gloria Allred, Michelle Tyler and Katherine Ragazzino attend at a news conference... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Allred, Tyler and Ragazzino attend at a news conference in San Diego, California 
(From L-R) Attorney Gloria Allred, Michelle Tyler and Katherine Ragazzino attend at a news conference in San Diego, California, August 6, 2013. Tyler, a licensed vocational nurse, alleges San Diego Mayor Bob Filner made inappropriate advances on her while she was seeking help for a disabled Marine, Ragazzino, reports local media. Filner faces mounting pressure to resign over sexual harassment allegations from nearly a dozen women, entered an intensive therapy program on August 5, a spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Sam Hodgson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
USA-SANDIEGO/MAYOR
RTX12C7Q 
August 06, 2013 
Michelle Tyler waits to speak during a news conference in San Diego, California, August 6, 2013. Tyler,... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Tyler waits to speak during a news conference in San Diego, California 
Michelle Tyler waits to speak during a news conference in San Diego, California, August 6, 2013. Tyler, a licensed vocational nurse, alleges San Diego Mayor Bob Filner made inappropriate advances on her while she was seeking help for a disabled Marine, Katherine Ragazzino, reports local media. Filner faces mounting pressure to resign over sexual harassment allegations from nearly a dozen women, entered an intensive therapy program on August 5, a spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Sam Hodgson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MOSCOW
RTR2X5KW 
February 01, 2012 
ATTENTION EDITORS - IMAGE 4 OF 34 FOR PICTURE PACKAGE 'MOSCOW'S MIGRANT WORK FORCE'
An abandoned four... 
Moscow, Russia 
An abandoned four day-old Tajik baby lies in an intensive care unit in a Moscow hospital 
ATTENTION EDITORS - IMAGE 4 OF 34 FOR PICTURE PACKAGE 'MOSCOW'S MIGRANT WORK FORCE'
An abandoned four day-old Tajik baby lies in an intensive care unit in a Moscow hospital October 31 2011. Russia?s demographic situation is one of the many factors that contributes to uncertainty in understanding the future of the country. Not only is Russia one of the only developing countries with a decreasing population, also the chaos of the 1990?s has produced a hole in the demographic curve meaning there are fewer young adults now than should be expected in a standard population. The result is a small indigenous labor pool and a large influx of migrant workers to fill this gap. These workers are mainly from former Soviet countries in Central Asia ? Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, places with their own economic problems which contribute to migration. The migrants generally do low-skilled and heavy work on building sites, in markets or on the streets. Official statistics put the number at just under a million, but unofficial estimates there are several million, mostly concentrated in and around Moscow. Picture taken October 31, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRIF 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, balances on a ball while using The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, balances on a ball while using The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, balances on a ball while using The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web."REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRI2 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, gives her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala a high five while using The Spider... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, gives her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala a high five while using The Spider during... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, gives her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala a high five while using The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy programfor children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRH0 
November 08, 2011 
Owen Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Fiona Savory at the Footsteps... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Savory at the Footsteps Centre,... 
Owen Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Fiona Savory at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRGY 
November 08, 2011 
Ellie Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, walks on a treadmill while using The Spider during therapy... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, walks on a treadmill while using The Spider during therapy at... 
Ellie Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, walks on a treadmill while using The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." In the U.K., The Spider is not found anywhere else in the U.K and children and young adults travel from as far as Ireland and Pakistan to receive treatment. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRGK 
November 08, 2011 
Owen Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Fiona Savory at the Footsteps... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Savory at the Footsteps Centre,... 
Owen Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Fiona Savory at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRGH 
November 08, 2011 
Ellie Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, walks on a treadmill while using The Spider during therapy... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, walks on a treadmill while using The Spider during therapy as... 
Ellie Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, walks on a treadmill while using The Spider during therapy as her physiotherapist Beata Kwiecinska and her mother Isobel Finlayson (R) look on at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRGB 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, balances on a ball while using The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre in Dorchester-on-Thames,... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, balances on a ball while using The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRG6 
November 08, 2011 
Laurie Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, practices standing on his own after using The Spider during... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, practices standing on his own after using The Spider during therapy... 
Laurie Finlayson, 6, of Kilmarnock, Scotland, practices standing on his own after using The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Adam Glowacz at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy programme for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web."REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRG4 
November 08, 2011 
Owen Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Fiona Savory at the Footsteps... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Savory at the Footsteps Centre,... 
Owen Kew, 5 of Reading uses The Spider during therapy with his physiotherapist Fiona Savory at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy programme for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRG3 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, walks on a treadmill using The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, walks on a treadmill using The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre in... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, walks on a treadmill using The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists developed in Poland, enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRG2 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre in Dorchester-on-Thames,... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists developed in Poland, enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRG1 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre in Dorchester-on-Thames,... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists developed in Poland, enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2TRFZ 
November 08, 2011 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at... 
DORCHESTER-ON-THAMES, United Kingdom 
Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy at the Footsteps Centre in Dorchester-on-Thames,... 
Rediate Beyene, 6, of London, uses The Spider during therapy with her physiotherapist Jurek Puchala at the Footsteps Centre, which provides an intensive physiotherapy program for children and young adults with neurological disorders, in Dorchester-on-Thames, southern England November 8, 2011. The spider is a unique tool for physiotherapists developed in Poland, enabling them implement a full course of exercises in any chosen position by using a series of elastic ropes which create a "spider's web." REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
POPULATION/
RTR2TBZI 
October 28, 2011 
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at an Imam maternity hospital... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator at maternity hospital in Karachi 
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at an Imam maternity hospital in Karachi October 28, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet. REUTERS/Insiya Syed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
POPULATION/
RTR2TAFI 
October 27, 2011 
A premature baby is treated by a doctor in an incubator on the natal intensive care unit at the Santa... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A premature baby is treated by a doctor in an incubator on the natal intensive care unit at the Santa... 
A premature baby is treated by a doctor in an incubator on the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public maternity hospital in Caracas October 22, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
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