For many of us with SCI, winter means we need to be prepared to do battle with nasty bugs.
People rarely give their gallbladder much thought until they have a problem.
Eating well and working out are essential to good health — and this couldn’t be more true for people with SCI.
A spinal cord injury affects your temperature regulation, especially if you have a cervical injury, so ensuring you get enough liquids is extremely important.
SCI alters digestive function more than you may know.
Although 60 percent of people with SCI are overweight, some struggle with being underweight and need healthy ways to add pounds.
There is a healthy way to lose weight, reduce fat and maintain muscle without starving yourself.
Pressure sores are more than just a pain in the ass — or any other boney prominence. These severe skin breakdowns can significantly hinder our quality of life and in some cases be life-threatening.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for people with SCI.