U.K. Launches Program to Raise Awareness of Invisible Illnesses

Signs are appearing outside restrooms in the United Kingdom to advise members of the public that not all disabilities are visible. MORE: Can cannabis help with your inflammatory bowel disease symptoms? According to a report from the BBC, the signs are being posted to help those who have invisible illnesses and to help change public perception. The signs use the word "accessible" instead of "disabled," and have been adopted by some supermarkets and other businesses. In fact, this week the Premier League soccer club, Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) became the first club to put the signs outside their public restrooms. The move has been welcomed by many who suffer from chronic illnesses but do not
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