• New Self-Balancing Wheelchair Elevates Its User…Literally

    The all-electric Scalevo wheelchair was described as a Segway crossed with a tank. It was created by a group of ten art and tech students from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology...

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  • Supreme Court Sets New Standard for Individualized Education Programs

    Parents and educators alike will be discussing individualized education programs for their children this spring. According to disability legal experts, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, in a case...

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  • A Yellow Dot Makes A Major Difference in an Emergency

    It probably does not occur to us on an ordinary day, when everything is fine, that emergency personnel and law enforcement are still thinking of ways to protect and serve us. Thanks to a cooperative effort between...

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  • How Will Americans Overcome Fear of Healthcare?

    Are you afraid of doctors? Do you dread serious illness? Both fears may be well founded, but a recent poll has revealed that higher deductibles and out-of-network costs loom much larger in the mind of the average...

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  • New Wearable Medical Device Monitors Patient Mobility

    Pressure ulcers plague bed-ridden patients with mobility issues and can lead to fatal complications. They are more commonly called bed sores, a less threatening term that almost reduces the severity of the condition....

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  • Philadelphia’s Oldest Theater Presents Sensory-Friendly Performance

    Almost 20 years after the release of The Matrix, quotes attributed to Laurence Fishburne’s Morpheus remain omnipresent on the internet. Early in the film, he leans in and asks Neo the following question:

    “What...

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