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3D-printed bracelet may allow people with hand-impairment to use computers, play video games

3D-printed bracelet may allow people with hand-impairment to use computers, play video games

Study: Pelvic fixation may not be necessary in some children with cerebral palsy and scoliosis

Study: Pelvic fixation may not be necessary in some children with cerebral palsy and scoliosis

Washington state retools first-in-the-nation long-term care benefit

Washington state retools first-in-the-nation long-term care benefit

Regular cycling can improve mobility in patients with myotonic dystrophy

Regular cycling can improve mobility in patients with myotonic dystrophy

Refurbished walkers and wheelchairs fill gaps created by supply chain problems

Refurbished walkers and wheelchairs fill gaps created by supply chain problems

Government announces £2.5 million package to improve transport accessibility for disabled people

Government announces £2.5 million package to improve transport accessibility for disabled people

First-of-its-kind, innovative application for wheelchair users living with tetraplegia

First-of-its-kind, innovative application for wheelchair users living with tetraplegia

To be one in a million: ‘Who thinks it’s going to be you?’

To be one in a million: ‘Who thinks it’s going to be you?’

Cow's milk protein can trigger inflammation in multiple sclerosis sufferers

Cow's milk protein can trigger inflammation in multiple sclerosis sufferers

‘Injections, injections, injections’: Troubling questions follow closure of sprawling pain clinic chain

‘Injections, injections, injections’: Troubling questions follow closure of sprawling pain clinic chain

Researchers develop 3D human spinal cord implants for treating paralyzed patients

Researchers develop 3D human spinal cord implants for treating paralyzed patients

A disabled activist speaks out about feeling ‘disposable’

A disabled activist speaks out about feeling ‘disposable’

In California nursing homes, omicron is bad, but so is the isolation

In California nursing homes, omicron is bad, but so is the isolation

Left behind: Medicaid patients say rides to doctors don’t always come

Left behind: Medicaid patients say rides to doctors don’t always come

Nursing homes bleed staff as amazon lures low-wage workers with prime packages

Nursing homes bleed staff as amazon lures low-wage workers with prime packages

New California law eases aid-in-dying process

New California law eases aid-in-dying process

Researchers mapping the extent of IBD in the UK are seeking people's help

Researchers mapping the extent of IBD in the UK are seeking people's help

Tighter blood pressure management may lead to better spinal cord injury recovery

Tighter blood pressure management may lead to better spinal cord injury recovery

As big pharma and hospitals battle over drug discounts, patients miss out on millions in benefits

As big pharma and hospitals battle over drug discounts, patients miss out on millions in benefits

California vaccine mandate extends to aides for people with disabilities

California vaccine mandate extends to aides for people with disabilities