• Top Five Exoskeletons to Look For In 2018

    We love exoskeletons. It’s not something you normally hear in conversation but we don’t hold back when it comes to our passion for advocating for the disabled. Besides, exoskeletons are just cool! Does anyone...

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  • Ten Ways to Care for the Elderly Using Smart Technology

    Apps can save lives. It might not be apparent while sitting in a public setting, surrounded by social media addicts. However, you may have a parent or grandparent that enjoys their independence and still lives...

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  • Prosthetics and 3D Printing

    The origins of 3D printing can be traced back to 1986. It was invented by an American engineer named Chuck Hull. The process, in which material is joined together under computer control to create a three-dimensional...

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  • The Effect of Blood Plasma on Alzheimer’s Symptoms

    What is weirder than transferring blood plasma from a young mouse into an older mouse? How about injecting blood plasma from a young human into an older mouse? Since 2014, this is precisely what a neurologist...

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  • Getting the Facts Straight About Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

    The term ‘mild traumatic brain injury’ is problematic in and of itself. It may be distinguishing itself from other types of traumatic brain injury but there is nothing mild about it. If anything, the distinction...

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  • Traveling With Hidden Disabilities Keeps Getting Easier

    Living with hidden disabilities is enough of a struggle. Traveling with hidden disabilities can seem almost insurmountable. Thankfully, specialist technology is being used in airports worldwide, creating smart...

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