• Deciding On an Adaptive Vehicle

    We recently wrote an article entitled Everything You Need to Know about Spinal Cord Injury. Now, we have decided to follow that...

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  • Monitoring Blood Sugar Without Breaking the Skin

    Diabetes is a disease in which the blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. The pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin to handle the demands. Whether it be insulin shots or the multiple, daily...

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  • Five Innovators to Keep Your Eye On In 2018

    We are old enough to remember seeing the year 2018 appear at the beginning of a movie and picturing a far-flung future where technology has either solved all of humanity’s problems or wiped us off the map completely....

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  • Investigating the Validity of Smart Drugs

    We write a great deal about conditions that diminish the capacity of the brain, such as traumatic brain injury or Alzheimer’s...

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  • When the Chain of Command Fails To Assist the Disabled

    One does not have to work for the military to be reminded of the chain of command. Dawn Dunphy works for the U.S. Navy and has followed the chain from her equal employment opportunity office to human resources,...

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  • Everything You Need To Know About Spinal Cord Injury

    If you are sitting comfortably while reading this, it is due in no small part to the proper functioning of your spinal cord. Think about the fact that the spinal cord is the main pathway between your brain and...

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