Wheelchair News and Research

RSS
UCL scientists use AI to identify three new multiple sclerosis subtypes

UCL scientists use AI to identify three new multiple sclerosis subtypes

Study examines non-verbal cues in people with limited language ability

Study examines non-verbal cues in people with limited language ability

Inmates’ distrust of prison health care fuels distrust of Covid vaccines

Inmates’ distrust of prison health care fuels distrust of Covid vaccines

COVID-19 lockdown restrictions reduced light activity related to socializing and work

COVID-19 lockdown restrictions reduced light activity related to socializing and work

Texas winter storm exposes gaps in senior living oversight

Texas winter storm exposes gaps in senior living oversight

Study: Battery storage can help protect medically vulnerable households

Study: Battery storage can help protect medically vulnerable households

In search of the shot

In search of the shot

Vaccine equity is ‘North Star,’ feds say, and clinics are key to fair distribution

Vaccine equity is ‘North Star,’ feds say, and clinics are key to fair distribution

Kessler Foundation scientists receive three grants for spinal cord injury research

Kessler Foundation scientists receive three grants for spinal cord injury research

Spark Therapeutics launches gene therapy clinical trial for late-onset Pompe disease

Spark Therapeutics launches gene therapy clinical trial for late-onset Pompe disease

After a decade of lobbying, ALS patients gain faster access to disability payments

After a decade of lobbying, ALS patients gain faster access to disability payments

Assistive magnetic skin system supports freedom of movement for people with quadriplegia

Assistive magnetic skin system supports freedom of movement for people with quadriplegia

Study could help develop new oral drugs for treating muscular dystrophy, heart failure

Study could help develop new oral drugs for treating muscular dystrophy, heart failure

Pandemic-related paid sick days and leave to expire Dec. 31 — with no extension in sight

Pandemic-related paid sick days and leave to expire Dec. 31 — with no extension in sight

Researchers examine whether regenerative patch for spina bifida defect can promote healing

Researchers examine whether regenerative patch for spina bifida defect can promote healing

Wearable exoskeletons could reduce physical strain in nurses

Wearable exoskeletons could reduce physical strain in nurses

Study summarizes treatment and management of glutaric acidemia type 1

Study summarizes treatment and management of glutaric acidemia type 1

UEA researchers put virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke survivors to the test

UEA researchers put virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke survivors to the test

New dental treatment helps fill cavities and insurance gaps for seniors

New dental treatment helps fill cavities and insurance gaps for seniors

Facing COVID-19 patients on ventilators down may cause nerve damage

Facing COVID-19 patients on ventilators down may cause nerve damage