As a young teen, it goes by the name of masturbation. As a paralyzed adult, it’s called ‘research.’
We are saying to the public: Look at us – we are more than you thought; we are like you, but we are also unique.
Tim Gilmer speaks with fellow wheelers in this uplifting story that celebrates family, relationships and vocations.
Brenda Baraniak, 59, a T7-8 para for 26 years, has been frustrated since her injury at the absence of wheelchair scales to track her weight.
Paralympian Bert Burns says the Melio leg bag has brought him a new level of freedom.
It’s always about the bottom line.
A state agency found it discriminatory, and Amazon agreed to a confidential settlement.
Conventional wisdom says to take antibiotics sparingly. What if conventional wisdom is wrong?
“On my 3,482nd birthday, I will have lived 99.426 percent of my life with a disability.”